What is the first turning point in To Kill a Mockingbird?

What is the first turning point in To Kill a Mockingbird?

Because To Kill a Mockingbird uses nonlinear plot through flashback storytelling, it has two key and equally important turning points: the outcome of Tom Robinson’s trial and the face-to-face encounter with the elusive Boo Radley.

Who actually stabbed Bob Ewell?

Despite Tom being found guilty, Bob Ewell vows revenge on Atticus for humiliating him during the trial. On the night of the Halloween pageant Bob follows the children home and attacks them but Boo saves Jem and Scout but fatally stabs Bob Ewell.

Who killed Ewell?

Boo Radley

What is the climax of Chapter 18 To Kill a Mockingbird?

In Chapter 18 of To Kill a Mockingbird, Mayella Ewell takes the stand. Mr. Mayella becomes agitated because she is not used to being treated so politely. The climax of the scene occurs when it becomes clear that Tom Robinson could not have beaten her and taken advantage of her because his arm is crippled.

What scout finally understands?

By allowing herself to see the world from another person’s perspective, Scout finally grasps Atticus’s lesson: that sympathy, compassion, and understanding are the greatest virtues.

What is the main conflict of To Kill a Mockingbird?

Tom Robinson vs. To Kill a Mockingbird has one major conflict with other smaller conflicts. This major conflict is the trial of Tom Robinson, person vs. person. Tom Robinson, an African American is accused of raping Mayella Ewell the daughter of Bob Ewell.

What is the rising action of TKAM?

The rising action involves Atticus’ children, Scout and Jem, who deal with various trials and learn valuable lessons about morals, racism, and justice. The climax happens when Tom is found guilty despite lack of evidence, due to racial prejudices involved in the ruling.

How does JEM die?

Jem’s death Scout’s older brother and companion throughout To Kill a Mockingbird dropped dead a few years before the beginning of Watchman. The event is first mentioned off-handedly by the grown Jean Louise in Chapter 1, and then explained deeper in the novel. Jem died of a sudden heart attack at age 28.

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