anonymous
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To Kill a MockingBird: read the book but can't remember and can't find these anywhere a little help please? I don't want answers, just the chapter where i can find them. 1. What strikes Scout after the classroom discussion on Adolph Hitler and his treatment of the Jews?
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anonymous
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2. What does Mrs. Dubose require Jem to do for her every day after school?
anonymous
  • anonymous
3. Bob Ewell broke into Judge Taylor's house because he:
anonymous
  • anonymous
2.destroys her camilias.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
3. wanted to seek revenge.
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I Can't Say I Know The Chapters, But The Answers Would Be: 1) /Unsure, But I Think:/ This Prompts Her Wondering Why People Can't Just Think Of People As Just People. Her And Jem Soon Have A Conversation About How Many Different Kind Of "Folks" There Are In The World. (She Says Just One, Jem Says 3 Or 4: Those Like The Finches, Those Like The Ewells, And The Negros) 2) Read To Her! She Is Trying To Break A Morphine Addiction, So She Uses His Timing To Slowly Go Longer And Longer Without It, As Well As To Focus On Something Other Than The Pain. 3) Was Seeking Revenge For The Way His Trial Was Ruled. He Didn't Expect The Judge To Be There.
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Thanks!!!

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