Bob Ewell An evil, ignorant man who belongs to the lowest substratum of Maycomb society. Mayella Ewell is the first minor character I shall discuss; a beacon of racial prejudice and the injustice of the courthouses. Ewell yelled and tom ran becasue he was scared. The answer is simple: he was white, Tom Robinson was not. Tom Robinson was a man who respected others and had good moral standards. Tom was very grateful and this created a great bond between Tom Robinson and the Finches. In the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, Atticus Finch is a single father who lives with his two children, Jem and Scout, in the small town of Maycomb, Alabama.
Bob holds a strong grudge against Atticus and attacks his children at the end of the novel. The children try to make him come out of his house many times with several tricks for many years but they fail. Aunt Alexandra Atticus's sister, who has very strict, traditional ideas of how society works and the role a Southern woman should play. Only the uncorrupted children are trusted with Mr. Answer the following questions: - How does the character relate to the Finch family? Tom says he ran away because, 'I was scared, suh. The town has developed a myth that he is an insane monster who wanders around at night peering into people's windows.
Tom reluctantly testifies that Bob Ewell called Mayella a whore and threatened to kill her. Tom's trial reveals the deeply buried secrets of a small town. Gilmer Lawyer for the Ewell family in Tom Robinson's case. Onthe night in question she asks him to come in and help her get somethings down. Ever after, he respects the Finch family greatly.
GradeSaver, 29 July 2007 Web. Bob Ewell is the person who beat Mayella, and in her shame she has accused Tom Robinson, Atticus proposes. The accusation was impossible for such a man with a crippled left arm since he was a child. Tom Robinson, a black man, is accused of raping a white girl. It's imperative to remember that this all came from his deep desire to be revered for his actions, but is still looked down upon in the community.
Growing up in Maycomb under the love and care of her single dad makes her learn more about her father and his beliefs especially the reason behind doing the right thing in life. Mayella tells him that it has taken all year, but she has saved enough money to send all the children to town for ice cream. The Halloween night that Boo saves them from Bob is the only time that they see him come out of the house. Atticus might have had a chance but because of what Tom said, Atticus lost. Silke Lösch, Calantha Lyle, Hayley Slade and Elonie Taylor. Having green eyes could be a charactertrait; Bravery is a character t … rait as well. He stands as a beacon of goodness, while his trial and verdict reflect the evil of the community in which he lives.
Membership includes a 10% discount on all editing orders. After Atticus puts down the rabid dog the children meet Miss Maudie who teaches them another lesson when Scout wonders why Atticus takes no pride in what he can do. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. Harper Lee uses minor characters traits and beliefs to show the reader some of the issues at hand in the book. However, he not only twists her view on the situation, but also exploits Sheriff Heck Tate's perception of it, by using his low status in society and race to make it seem like he had not commited the crime. While beginning to walk on the bridge, it will make noises underneath every step taken, which is like when Scout and Jem were walking home from the Halloween party and they heard someone following behind them, making noises, but kept walking because they needed to get home. Atticus Finch offers a convincing alternative theory.
You rarely win, but sometimes you do. Switching over to the even darker side of things, Bob Ewell represents the color black because it is the absence of light. Well,I couldn't Understand your Question Very Well. Character Analysis in To Kill A Mockingbird Character Analysis in To Kill A Mockingbird Katherine Dufour 10th Grade While most people in society strive to have moral attributes, not everyone understands what traits are important in achieving this goal. Actually, she makes the advances with Tom. Revealing pity for Mayella, in the minds of the all-white jury, is tantamount to Tom saying he is superior to a white person. The trial exposes the racial prejudice that permeates the town of Maycomb, Alabama.
A color that represents him in his sunside is brown because the town sees him as a dirty, uneducated man who lives in a tin shack. Bob thenarrives, and Tom gets scared because he's caught in a badsituation, him being black. For the sole reason that Tom Robinson was a black man, that sums it up hands down. Someone cannot truly call themselves a noble person if they are not able to understand others. He makes a good model of what he preaches living his life to his principles and beliefs.
Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird Question: Choose a character out of the novel; describe the characters personality and placement in the novel. He vows to marry Scout someday. His motivation for doing so is pure greed. With any of the money he does receive going to his alcohol, barely any is leftover to take care of himself or his eight children, so they are extremely dirty and caked with mud. The feelings and expressions dealt with in the novel are seen through the eyes of the main character, named Scout.