Why does the sheriff say that Bob Ewell’s death was an accident?
A. He wants to protect the person who killed Bob Ewell
B. He is a close friend of the Ewell family
C. He believes the Bob Ewell’s death was an accident
D. He does not want to investigate Bob Ewell’s death
The answer is A. He wants to protect the person who killed Bob Ewell
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How does the congregation at Calpurnia’s church react when she brings Scout and Jem to church with her?
A. They will not allow children into the church.
B. They welcome the children because the congregation knows of Atticus.
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.
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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What happens to Bob Ewell at the end of the novel?
A. He commits suicide.
B. We do not know what happens to him.
C. He is stabbed by Boo Radley.
D. He goes to prison for threatening Scout and Jem
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Atticus knows that he will be criticized for defending Tom Robinson. Why does he decide to take the case?
A. The judge forces Atticus to take Tom’s case.
B. He takes the case as a favor to Heck Tate.
C. He believes that Tom is innocent and deserves a fair trial.
D. Because he needs money, he will take any case offered to him.
The correct answer is C. He believes that Tom is innocent and deserves a fair trial. Expert answered|Jadedwords|Points 92|Note:
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