Why does Tom Robinson come into the Ewell’s fence?
A. He intends to harm Mayella Ewell.
B. Mayella Ewell asks him to help her with some chores.
C. He has worked for the Ewell family for many years.
D. He wants to pick the flowers that Mayella Ewell has in her garden. Weegy:
B. Mayella Ewell asks him to help her with some chores.Auto answered|Score .6|mythmoh|Points 5339|User:
Who beat Mayella Ewell?
A. Tom Robinson
B. Bob Ewell
C. Boo Radley
D. Heck TateWeegy:
Boo, Mayella and and Tom were all attacked by Mayella's father.Auto answered|Score .498|lisawelch|Points 5638|User:
What is Scout’s real name?
A. Jean Louise Finch
B. Harper Lee Finch
C. Louise Lee Finch
D. Marie Louise Finch Weegy:
Jean Louise Finch is Scout?s real name. Your answer is B. Jean Louise Finch.Auto answered|Score 1|vchutkan|Points 5632|User:
Who leaves the gifts in the knothole of the tree for the children?
A. Tom Robinson
B. Boo Radley
C. Bob Ewell
Atticus defends Tom Robinson. Popularity: 3 ... find in the knothole of the tree? ... attacked by bob Ewell. [ jem's arm is broken in the elbow but scout is fine. boo radley ... http://wiki.answers.com/Q/FAQ/3698-21
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What happens to Tom Robinson when the trial is over?
A. He is shot while trying to escape prison.
B. He is stabbed by Bob Ewell.
C. He spends the rest of his long life in prison.
D. He returns home to his wife and childrenWeegy:
the answer is B. He is shot while trying to escape in prisonAuto answered|Score 1|NikMik|Points 365|User:
How does the congregation at Calpurnia’s church react when she brings Scout and Jem to church with her?
A. They welcome the children because the congregation knows of Atticus.
B. They will not allow children into the church.
C. No one notices that the children attend church that day.
D. They tell Calpurnia that she must have Atticus’s permission to bring the children. Weegy:
How does the congregation at Calpurnia?s church react when she brings Scout and Jem to church with her? A. They welcome the children because the congregation knows of Atticus. - - - [www.sparknotes.com/lit/mocking/section6.rhtml
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Which statement describes the Ewell family?
A. They are highly respected in Maycomb county
B. They are one of the poorest and least educated families in Maycomb
C. They support equal rights for all races and are outspoken about their beliefs.
D. They are kind to Scout, Jem, and Dill throughout the storyWeegy:
B. They are one of the poorest and least educated families in MaycombAuto answered|Score 1|Controler|Points 3292|User:
Why is it a sin to kill mockingbirds?
A. Because they are the Mayor’s favorite bird
B. Because they are the state bird of Alabama
C. Because they are endangered
D. Because they are harmless and bring joy to people Weegy:
The answer is D. Because they are harmless and bring joy to people Auto answered|Score 1|bongche|Points 3285|User:
Why are Scout, Jem, and Dill so afraid of Arthur “Boo” Radley at the beginning of the novel?
A. He threatens them when they walk by the house.
B. They have heard rumors that he is dangerous.
C. Atticus told them that they should be scared.
D. They are never afraid of Boo Radley.Weegy:
B. They have heard rumors that he is dangerous is the answer.Auto answered|Score 1|OxTornado007|Points 5828|User:
Why does Mayella Ewell accuse Tom Robinson of beating her?
A. Because she wants attention from the townspeople
B. Because she wants to blackmail Tom’s family
C. Because she is ashamed of her own actions and afraid of her father
D. Because he did beat herWeegy:
The answer is B. Auto answered|Score 1|NikMik|Points 365|User:
Why is Tom Robinson unable to use his left arm?
A. He was born without the use of his left arm
B. It got caught in a cotton gin
C. He fell out of a tree and broke it
D. It was caught under a tractor when Tom was a childWeegy:
Tom Robinson's arm was unusable because it got caught in a cotton gin.
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How does Scout help to disperse the lynch mob?
A. She begins to cry and everyone takes pity on her.
B. She stands next to Atticus. No one wants to show violence in front of a child.
C. She tells the sheriff about the mob, and he is able to reason with them.
D. Mr. Cunningham feels guilty when she asks him about his son, Walter.Weegy:
C. Mr. Cunningham feels guilty when she asks him about his son, Walter. Auto answered|Score .6|nothinganon|Points 774|User:
Who is the narrator of the novel?
D. Jem Weegy:
Jean Louise "Scout" Finch is the narrator of the novel.Auto answered|Score 1|Sting|Points 249|User:
Who said that it is a sin to kill a mockingbird?
C. Uncle Jack
D. Miss Caroline Weegy:
She is the Finch family's housekeeper, whom the children love and Atticus deeply respects (he remarks in her defense that she "never indulged [the children] like most colored nurses"); she can be described as a strict mother figure. [ In Scout's early life she provides discipline, instruction, love, and essentially fills the maternal role for them after their mother's death. Calpurnia is one of the few black characters in the novel who is able to read and write, and it is she who taught Scout to write. She is believed to be just a few years older than Atticus (in fact, they grew up together, and Atticus's father gave her the first book she ever read) but since she does not know when she was born, she simply has her 'birthday' at Christmas, as it is easy to remember. She is mentioned as having several children, one of whom is Zeebo, who drives the town garbage truck.
Living in Maycomb's African American and Caucasian communities, Calpurnia has two different perspectives on life, and Scout notices that she speaks and acts differently among her black friends than at their home. Because of her unique status, she can relate to both sides of stories.
While everyone in the novel is filtered through Scout?s perception, Calpurnia in particular appears for a long time more as Scout?s idea of her than as a real person. At the beginning of the novel, Scout appears to think of Calpurnia as the wicked stepmother to Scout?s own Cinderella. Furthermore, at the start of the novel, when Scout disrespects a child from her class, Walter Cunningham, Calpurnia yells at Scout for criticizing his ways, ones very different from her own. However, towards the end of the book, Scout views Calpurnia as someone she can look up to and realizes Cal has only protected her over the years.
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When does the main action of the story take place?
A. During the Civil War
B. During the Civil Rights movement of the 1960’s
C. During the Great Depression
D. The story takes place in the presentWeegy:
The answer is C. The main action of the story take place during the Great Depression. Expert answered|rhey22787|Points 1287|
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