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Thursday, December 6

  1. page The Trial edited THE TRIAL Judge Taylor pg 164,165 v looks like a sleeping old shark ... v Has a habit of ch…
    THE TRIAL
    Judge Taylor
    pg 164,165
    v looks like a sleeping old shark
    ...
    v Has a habit of chewing and swallowing cigars and they would come back up in a chewed mush with no flavour
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    Mr. GilmerGilmer, Lawyer
    pg166
    v Balding
    ...
    v Mayella’s lawyer
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    Heck TateTate, Sheriff and
    pg 166-169
    v He dressed for the occasion
    ...
    v Injures “ beaten around the head, bruises on arms, black eye, fingermarks around her neck, and a black eye on the right side of her face
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    Robert EwellEwell, Witness and
    pg 166
    v A little bantam cock of a man
    ...
    v Single Father of 8
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    Mayella Violet EwellEwell, Witness and
    pg 178-185
    v 19 and a half years old
    ...
    v Cried on the stand
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    Tom RobinsonRobinson, Witness and
    pg 185-198
    v Powerful shoulders, left arm was 12 inches shorter then his right and hung dead at his side, it got caught in a cotton gin, tore all the muscles loose from his bone
    ...
    v Claimed to be friends with Mayella always did odd jobs for her for free
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    Atticus Finch:Finch, Defendant’s lawyer
    pg 202-205
    v Tom Robinson’s lawyer
    Closing argument quotes:
    ...
    had the unmitigatedtemerityunmitigated temerity to ‘feel
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    Verdict: The jury founded Tom Robinson guilty.
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Tuesday, December 4

  1. page Setting edited ... "We went by Mrs. Dubose's house, standing empty and shuttered, her camellias grown up in …
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    "We went by Mrs. Dubose's house, standing empty and shuttered, her camellias grown up in weeds and johnson grass. There were eight more houses to the post office corner.
    Jem peered in the bank door to make sure. He turned the knob. The door was locked. "Let's go up the street. Maybe he's visitin' Mr. Underwood."
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    Maycomb county Jail
    The jail is small with a few cellars and is run by the sheriff Heck Tate. Tom Robinson was staying there before the trial and when the group of rioters came to his cell. The jail is also described as dark and drafty with no lights
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    9:50 am

Monday, December 3

  1. page Setting edited ... The Courthouse From the description of the courthouse in chapter 16, we know that the columns…
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    The Courthouse
    From the description of the courthouse in chapter 16, we know that the columns on the courthouse were all that remained of the original courthouse that had been burned down in 1856. The columns of the courthouse dated back to the pre civil war age when slaves were still around. They attempt to preserve the columns of the old courthouse also symbolize the desire of Maycomb inhabitiants to hold on to the past, even when the past was useless or not needed any more, just as the columns were not needed to hold up the court house. when a trial was in session there were specific places that people had to sit. the whites sat in the lower section while the blacks at upper balcony area.
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    Town Square
    The town square includes the Maycomb tribune, the OK cafe, the Drug store, the jail, Tyndall's hardware, Jitney jungle, V.J Elmore's, the bank and the post office. The town square is completely empty on the south side and has giant bushes are on each corner. The court house was in the middle of the square and was surrounded by the other buildings.
    ...
    Maycomb Tribune
    Mr. Underwood not only ran The Maycomb Tribune office, he lived in it. That is, above it. He covered the courthouse and jailhouse news simply by looking out his upstairs window. The office building was on the northwest corner of the square, and to reach it we had to pass the jail.
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    The Setting of To Kill a Mockingbird
    {Scout's street.jpg}
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    11:04 am
  2. page Setting edited The CourthouseFrom The Courthouse From the description Town Square The town square includes…
    The CourthouseFrom
    The Courthouse
    From
    the description
    Town Square
    The town square includes the Maycomb tribune, the OK cafe, the Drug store, the jail, Tyndall's hardware, Jitney jungle, V.J Elmore's, the bank and the post office. The town square is completely empty on the south side and has giant bushes are on each corner. The court house was in the middle of the square and was surrounded by the other buildings.
    ...
    "We went by Mrs. Dubose's house, standing empty and shuttered, her camellias grown up in weeds and johnson grass. There were eight more houses to the post office corner.
    Jem peered in the bank door to make sure. He turned the knob. The door was locked. "Let's go up the street. Maybe he's visitin' Mr. Underwood."
    Maycomb county JailTheJail
    The
    jail is
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    Maycomb Tribune
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    11:00 am
  3. page Setting edited The CourthouseFrom the description of the courthouse in chapter 16, we know that the columns on th…
    The CourthouseFrom the description of the courthouse in chapter 16, we know that the columns on the courthouse were all that remained of the original courthouse that had been burned down in 1856. The columns of the courthouse dated back to the pre civil war age when slaves were still around. They attempt to preserve the columns of the old courthouse also symbolize the desire of Maycomb inhabitiants to hold on to the past, even when the past was useless or not needed any more, just as the columns were not needed to hold up the court house. when a trial was in session there were specific places that people had to sit. the whites sat in the lower section while the blacks at upper balcony area.
    Town Square
    The town square includes the Maycomb tribune, the OK cafe, the Drug store, the jail, Tyndall's hardware, Jitney jungle, V.J Elmore's, the bank and the post office. The town square is completely empty on the south side and has giant bushes are on each corner. The court house was in the middle of the square and was surrounded by the other buildings.
    ...
    "We went by Mrs. Dubose's house, standing empty and shuttered, her camellias grown up in weeds and johnson grass. There were eight more houses to the post office corner.
    Jem peered in the bank door to make sure. He turned the knob. The door was locked. "Let's go up the street. Maybe he's visitin' Mr. Underwood."
    Maycomb county Jail
    The
    JailThe jail is
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    Maycomb Tribune
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    10:58 am
  4. page Setting edited Town Square The town square includes the Maycomb tribune, the OK cafe, the Drug store, the jail…

    Town Square
    The town square includes the Maycomb tribune, the OK cafe, the Drug store, the jail, Tyndall's hardware, Jitney jungle, V.J Elmore's, the bank and the post office. The town square is completely empty on the south side and has giant bushes are on each corner. The court house was in the middle of the square and was surrounded by the other buildings.
    "The south side of the square was deserted. Giant monkey-puzzle bushes bristled on each corner, and between them an iron hitching rail glistened under the street lights. A light shone in the county toilet, otherwise that side of the courthouse was dark. A larger square of stores surrounded the courthouse square; dim lights burned from deep within them.
    "We went by Mrs. Dubose's house, standing empty and shuttered, her camellias grown up in weeds and johnson grass. There were eight more houses to the post office corner.
    Jem peered in the bank door to make sure. He turned the knob. The door was locked. "Let's go up the street. Maybe he's visitin' Mr. Underwood."
    Maycomb county Jail
    The jail is small with a few cellars and is run by the sheriff Heck Tate. Tom Robinson was staying there before the trial and when the group of rioters came to his cell. The jail is also described as dark and drafty with no lights
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    Maycomb Tribune
    Mr. Underwood not only ran The Maycomb Tribune office, he lived in it. That is, above it. He covered the courthouse and jailhouse news simply by looking out his upstairs window. The office building was on the northwest corner of the square, and to reach it we had to pass the jail.
    {http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRGDDa-eh2bpckFfv3uNaP9FRYzaVrk3NtOmBtV5yOm8UASpM9Y}
    The Setting of To Kill a Mockingbird
    {Scout's street.jpg}
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    10:57 am
  5. page Setting edited hhhhhh Town Square "The south side of the square was deserted. Giant monkey-puzzle bushes …
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    Town Square
    "The south side of the square was deserted. Giant monkey-puzzle bushes bristled on each corner, and between them an iron hitching rail glistened under the street lights. A light shone in the county toilet, otherwise that side of the courthouse was dark. A larger square of stores surrounded the courthouse square; dim lights burned from deep within them.
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    10:16 am
  6. page Setting edited hhhhhh Town Square "The south side of the square was deserted. Giant monkey-puzzle bushes …
    hhhhhh
    Town Square
    "The south side of the square was deserted. Giant monkey-puzzle bushes bristled on each corner, and between them an iron hitching rail glistened under the street lights. A light shone in the county toilet, otherwise that side of the courthouse was dark. A larger square of stores surrounded the courthouse square; dim lights burned from deep within them.
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    10:15 am

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