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Identify Atticus Finch, Jean Louise (Scout) Finch, Jem Finch, Maycomb, Calpurnia, Charles Baker (Dill) Harris, The Radley Place, Stephanie Crawford, Arthur (Boo) Radley, Miss Caroline Fisher, Walter Cunningham, and Burris Ewell.
Atticus Finch – Atticus was the father of his son, Jem, and his daughter, Jean Louise (Scout). He worked as a lawyer. Jean Louise (Scout) – Jean Louise was Atticus’ daughter. She is currently nine (9) years old, and is Jem’s sister. In addition, To Kill a Mockingbird is told in her point of view. Also, Jean Louise Finch has earned the nickname “Scout”. Jem Finch – Jem is currently thirteen years old at the time. He is Atticus’ son, and Scout’s brother. In addition, Jem Finch likes to play football. Maycomb – This is the town that the Finch’s live in up to this point in the story. Maycomb is located in the state of Alabama. Calpurnia – Calpurnia is a Black cook that works for the Finch’s. She is very educated, and she taught Scout how to read and write in cursive. In addition to being a cook, Calpurnia was also somewhat of a nanny, and Jem and Scout always had to listen to her. Charles Baker (Dill) Harris – Charles Baker Harris is Rachel Haverford’s Nephew. Up to this point, Dill is currently six years old, going on seven. Harris can read and he currently lives in the state of Mississippi. Furthermore, Charles Baker has earned the nickname “Dill”, and his mother works as a photographer. The Radley Place – The Radley Place was where the Radley family had lived. The house appears very dark and weird. The family consists of Mr. and Mrs. Radley, and their son, Arthur. Arthur has earned the nickname “Boo”. In addition, the Radley’s live across from the Finch’s house, and they live differently than other neighbors. Stephanie Crawford – She is a gossipy neighbor who made rumors about the Radley’s. Arthur (Boo) Radley – Arthur Radley was kept in his house (The Radley Place) at all times. After he stabbed his father with scissors, Arthur was not seen again for fifteen years, since he was kept under house-arrest for most of that time. In addition to getting in trouble with the law, Arthur was also punished by his father, Mr. Radley. As a result, Arthur Radley has earned the nickname “Boo”, as stated earlier. Miss Caroline Fisher – She is Scout’s first grade teacher. Miss Fisher was twenty-one years old at the time, and she is from Northern Alabama. Apparently, Miss Caroline Fisher is upset with Scout since she is smarter that Miss. Fisher’s class. Walter Cunningham – Walter is a part of the Cunningham’s, a very poor family in Maycomb, Alabama. The Cunningham’s eat anything they find, and are not considered “company” by Scout. Burris Ewell – Burris is a child that is also poor. He is rarely clean, and he only shows up for school on the first day. In addition, if Ewell doesn’t get what he wants, he will get angry. Furthermore, he owns a pet rat.
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Contrast Burris Ewell with the other children. What is the reason for the description? (Ch 3)
Burris is contrasted by both physical descriptions and his family’s background. Scout remarks he is the dirtiest person she has ever seen, and Ms. Caroline’s desire to protect the other kids implies they are clean.
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