Why is Bob Ewell so angry after the trial of Tom Robinson?
A. He does not have enough money to pay for his lawyer.
B. He thinks the verdict is unfair.
C. He thinks that Atticus has shamed him.
D. The trial caused him to lose his job.Weegy:
Bob Ewell so angry after the trial of Tom Robinson because B. He thinks that Atticus has shamed him. Auto answered|Score 1|jher000|Points 8001|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 child Weegy:
Tom Robinson's arm was unusable because it got caught in a cotton gin.
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Why is Miss Caroline displeased with Scout on the first day of school?
A. Scout is rude to Miss Caroline.
B. Miss Caroline thinks that Scout is lying about how she learned to read.
C. Scout arrives late to school and disrupts the class.
D. Miss Caroline tries to give Scout lunch money, but Scout refuses.Weegy:
A.) Miss Caroline thinks that Scout is lying about how she learned to read.Auto answered|Score .76|wedekind|Points 1501|User:
Who said that it is a sin to kill a mockingbird?
C. Uncle Jack
D. Miss CarolineWeegy:
A. Atticus. Miss Maudie fully explains that "it is a sin to kill a mockingbird", whereas Atticus Finch initially brings up the subject, but doesn't go into depth. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_To_Kill_a_Mockingbird_characters
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When does the main action of the story take place?
A. During the Civil War
B. During the Great Depression
C. During the Civil Rights movement of the 1960’s
D. The story takes place in the present
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