Tom Robinson's Conviction

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Chapter Questions: To Kill A Mocking Bird April 20, 2012 Chapter 23 After Tom Robinson's conviction, Jem finally started to realize why Boo Radley secluded him self for so long. It was simply because he wanted to. Throughout the book Boo makes very few appearances, but the dramatic irony is that Boo has been a help to the children countless times. For a better understanding, think of Tom Robinson, although Atticus defend him very well, the only reason why he lost the trail and was shot was because he was black. In other words, Jem drew out that if "everyone is alike, why do they go out of their way to despite each other?" Chapter 24 During Aunt Alexandra's missionary circle the ladies discuss the plight of poor Mrunas, the ignored

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