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The Barber Sisters (Miss Sarah, nicknamed "Tutti" and Miss Frances, nicknamed "Frutti") are maiden sisters who live in the only house in Maycomb with a cellar. They were originally from Clanton, Alabama; and are rumored to be Republicans. Besides their Yankee ways, both sisters are deaf (Tutti completely deaf; Frutti uses an ear trumpet), and had a Halloween prank pulled on them by some "wicked" schoolchildren (Scout claims she was not included) who put all of their furniture in their cellar. Courtroom Spectator


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The origin of Tom Robinson is less clear, although many have speculated that his character was inspired by several models. When Lee was 10 years old, a white woman near Monroeville accused a black man named Walter Lett of raping her. The story and the trial were covered by her father's newspaper, which reported that Lett was convicted and sentenced to death. After a series of letters appeared claiming Lett had been falsely accused, his sentence was commuted to life in prison. He died there of tuberculosis in 1937. [23] Scholars believe that Robinson's difficulties reflect the notorious case of the Scottsboro Boys, [24] [25] in which nine black men were convicted of raping two white women on negligible evidence. However, in 2005, Lee stated that she had in mind something less sensational, although the Scottsboro case served "the same purpose" to display Southern prejudices. [26] Emmett Till, a black teenager who was murdered for allegedly flirting with a white woman in Mississippi in 1955, and whose death is credited as a catalyst for the Civil Rights Movement, is also considered a model for Tom. [27] Style • To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 15 Summary


pleading Not Guilty to first-degree murder, so there was nothing much Atticus • ^ Lee, p. 27.


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• Women's Roles in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain Episode 6: After Lydia carelessly mentions Darcy's involvement in her wedding, Mrs Gardiner enlightens Elizabeth: Darcy found the errant couple and paid for everything, including a large payoff to Wickham. When Bingley and Darcy return to Netherfield in the autumn, Darcy apologises to Bingley for interfering in his relationship with Jane and gives his blessing for the couple to wed. Lady Catherine de Bourgh, who intends for Darcy to marry her sickly daughter, Anne, has heard rumours of an engagement between Darcy and Elizabeth. She calls on Elizabeth, demanding that she deny the engagement and renounce Darcy forever. Elizabeth verifies there is no engagement, but refuses any pledge for the future. When Elizabeth thanks Darcy for his role in Lydia's marriage, Lady Catherine's story had encouraged Darcy to reconfirm his feelings for Elizabeth. Elizabeth admits the complete transformation of her feelings and agrees to an engagement, taking her family by surprise. The series ends with a double winter wedding: Jane to Bingley, and Elizabeth to Darcy.


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Diane McWhorter, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian of the Birmingham campaign, asserts that To Kill a Mockingbird condemns racism instead of racists, and states that every child in the South has moments of racial cognitive dissonance when they are faced with the harsh reality of inequality. This feeling causes them to question the beliefs with which they have been raised, which for many children is what the novel does. McWhorter writes of Lee, "for a white person from the South to write a book like this in the late 1950s is really unusual—by its very existence an act of protest." [134] [note 4] Author James McBride calls Lee brilliant but stops short of calling her brave: • ASVAB


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California Furthermore, despite the novel's thematic focus on racial injustice, its black characters are not fully examined. [74] In its use of racial epithets, stereotyped depictions of superstitious blacks, and Calpurnia, who to some critics is an updated version of the " contented slave" motif and to others simply unexplored, the book is viewed as marginalizing black characters. [123] [124] One writer asserts that the use of Scout's narration serves as a convenient mechanism for readers to be innocent and detached from the racial conflict. Scout's voice "functions as the not-me which allows the rest of us—black and white, male and female—to find our relative position in society". [74] A teaching guide for the novel published by The English Journal cautions, "what seems wonderful or powerful to one group of students may seem degrading to another". [125] A Canadian language arts consultant found that the novel resonated well with white students, but that black students found it "demoralizing". [126] Another criticism, articulated by Michael Lind, is that the novel indulges in classist stereotyping and demonization of poor rural " white trash". [127]


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We think that Tom Robinson is the mockingbird because he is totally innocent and didnt do anything to hurt anyone. He never meant any harm to anyone, black or white. The one time he went to jail was because someone started a fight with him. He has been a cripple his whole life and yet he is still being persucuted just because of the color of his skin. It is also possible that Atticus is the mockingbird for doing the job that no one else would do. In fact it could be both Tom and Atticus for their innocence and their sense of what is right and wrong. • 8.2 Play


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rank, and were therefore in every respect entitled to think well of When summer comes again, Dill returns and the kids start acting out imagined stories about the Radley family. Atticus finds out and isn't happy. Jem and Dill begin hanging out, which leads Scout to spend time with Miss Maudie Atkinson, a local widow. Miss Maudie dispels some of the rumors about Boo, noting that he was a perfectly normal child, but he had a terrible, abusive father. This caused him to become a recluse.


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“Nay,” said Elizabeth, “this is not fair. You wish to think all the • ^ Clasen, Sharon (April 29, 2016). "Exclusive: Read Harper Lee's Profile of "In Cold Blood" Detective Al Dewey That Hasn't Been Seen in More Than 50 Years". Smithsonian Magazine. Smithsonian Institution . Retrieved March 22, 2017.


Elizabeth and her family meet the dashing and charming army officer, George Wickham, who singles out Elizabeth. He says he is connected to the Darcy family and claims Mr. Darcy deprived him of an occupation (a permanent position as a clergyman in a prosperous parish with good revenue) promised to him by Mr. Darcy's late father. Elizabeth's dislike of Mr. Darcy is confirmed. [5] • Talk with Cynthia Rajchmah


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