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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. The trial caused him to lose his job. D. He thinks that Atticus has shamed him.

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He thinks Atticus has shamed him.
i tihnk its a
No because he had a lawyer.

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sorry your right
Atticus shamed him though, I dont remember how, but in the book, it did make it clear thats what happened in the court room.
sorry you were right i put a is supposed to be d and d i suspoosed to be a

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