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Q: What happens to Bob Ewell at the end of the novel? A. We do not know what happens to him. B. He is stabbed by Boo Radley. C. He goes to prison for threatening Scout and Jem. D. He commits
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A: What happens to Bob Ewell at the end of the novel? D. He commits suicide.
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User: What happens to Bob Ewell at the end of the novel? A. We do not know what happens to him. B. He is stabbed by Boo Radley. C. He goes to prison for threatening Scout and Jem. D. He commits suicide.

Weegy: What happens to Bob Ewell at the end of the novel? D. He commits suicide.
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User: Which character does the mockingbird best represent? A. Charles Baker “Dill” Harris B. Boo Radley C. Scout D. Walter Cunningham

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