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Chapter 21: "'Now don't you be so confident, Mr. Jem, I ain't ever seen any jury decide in favor of a colored man over a white man...'" (Lee 279) Setting

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Chapter 18: Mayella Ewell is called to the witness stand. She testifies saying that Tom raped her. Atticus questions her on her family life first. He then moves to ask her how no one noticed what happened and why she didn't escape. Mr. Underwood notices the children but he says he will not tell Atticus.

Ch 10: Jem and Scout are sad that Atticus isn't like all the other dad's, they say he's old and doesn't have any talents. Tim Johnson, a dog that contracts rabies, comes down the street. Cal warns everybody. Atticus shoots the dog, in one shots. Jem and Scout are now proud of their father and his talents.

Chapter 12: Atticus leaves town and The kids go to church with Calpurnia. The kids learn how Calpurnia became so well-educated. We find out that Tom Robinson is going to jail because he was accused of rape by Mr. Ewell. As the kids and Calpurnia go home, they see Aunt Alexandra waiting on the front porch.

Chapter 3: Once Scout was stopped by Jem because she was beating up Walter Cunningham, Jem invited Walter to go back to the house to eat lunch with them. Scout was being difficult and making fun of Walter when Calpurnia insisted she eat in the kitchen. When they got back to school, Ms. Caroline sees lice on Burris Ewell's head and freaks out, you also discover that the Ewells's only come to the first day of school.

Chapter 17: "Down to a small Negro settlement." (Lee 228). Setting