Jem's Change In To Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

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1. How does Jem change? Jem is changing physically and mentally. Jem is developing into a young man with all the questions and confusion that comes along with puberty. He’s starting to become difficult, unpredictable, and short-tempered. This is why Atticus and Calpurnia advise Scout to give Jem some space in order for him to deal with his state of mind and situations that surround him. 2. Identify Lula, Zeeboo and Reverend Skyes. Lula: Lula is coloured woman at the First Purchase Church where Calpurnia takes Jem and Scout to. She’s becomes angry at Calpurnia for bring white children to this church since she believes they have no business being there. The rest of the churchgoers is more welcoming to the kids than her since Atticus is defending Tom…show more content…
If you were strike someone in the face with your left hand, it’s mostly likely that the punch would be inflicted on the right side of their face. With that being said, her father is left handed and this can imply that maybe he was the one to have been abusing her. Chapters 18-21 1. What was Mayella's account of the incident with Tom Robinson? Mayella claimed that she asked Tom Robinson to come into the yard to break up a chiffarobe. When she went into her house to pay him a nickel, he had shadowed her in and then he gripped her neck and hit her. He then pressed her to the floor and forced himself on her. That's when her father came in to save her and Tom ran away. 2. What was Tom’s side of the story Tom testified that Mayella requested that he come into the house to fix the hinges on a door but here was nothing wrong with the door. Since Mayella sent the children for ice cream, she and Tom were all alone. She then threw herself at Tom and tried to kiss him. Bob Ewell caught them together and began yelling at Mayella so Tom’s first instinct was to run
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