Ewell and saves the children. He believes that it is unfair for people to send an innocent man to jail. The kids, including Jem and Scout, always waited for him to do something interesting. However, towards the end of the book, Scout views Calpurnia as someone she can look up to, and realizes Calpurnia has only protected her over the years. Static character: Atticus is a man who has demonstrated that he is totally balanced in his approach to humankind. She ensures that everybody comes to know it. He is, arguably, the most potent character in the whole book and as such, inspires the other key characters to save him when he needs saving.
It is implied, and evidence suggests, that he was the one who abused his daughter Mayella, not Tom Robinson the African American man accused of doing so. She earneslty tries to pass along this information to Scout, who is not particularly interested. He is too poor to even pay off a 25-cent debt because the hit his poor family hard. Miss Maudie Atkinson One of Maycomb's most open-minded citizens, Miss Maudie lives across the street from Jem and Scout. She makes positive efforts to teach them morals and values. She is a friend of Alexandra Hancock.
Ewell later attempts to murder Jem and Scout Finch with a knife to complete his revenge. At the Halloween pageant afterwards, Cecil was a cow. After it snows, they build a snowman that resembles him. After this, the people of Maycomb turns against Tom. When the guilty verdict is given at the end of Tom Robinson's trial, it emotionally affects Dill, shattering his childhood innocence. This turns into a more complex form, especially when he witnesses the injustice experienced by Tom Robinson whom Atticus defends in court.
Bob Ewell An evil, ignorant man who belongs to the lowest substratum of Maycomb society. The development of her surrounds by the question whether she would rise from that challenging situation or be forced to hide herself like Boo Radley or Tom. Early in the novel, this phantom-like man becomes an obsession for Scout, Jem, and Dill. He has a daughter named Mayella and a younger son named Burris, as well as six other unnamed children. Braxton Bragg Underwood The owner, editor, and printer of The Maycomb Tribune. Words of wisdom about good vs. Because she is the neighborhood gossip, it is unwise to think of anything that she says as true, because most of the time it is not true at all.
Scout walks Boo home and imagines how he has viewed the town and observed her, Jem and Dill over the years from inside his home. It won the Pulitzer Prize, and has become a popular book read throughout American literature. He is referred to in the first chapter of the book, being a direct ancestor of Atticus. African Church in Maycomb County, where most if not all of the African-American characters go to church. Dill quickly becomes friends with Scout and Jem and, in particular, urges them forward in their fascination with Boo Radley. He is the defense lawyer for Tom Robinson, a black man accused of a white female's rape, causing him to be ridiculed by many of Maycomb's citizens.
An intelligent child emotionally damaged by his cruel father, Boo provides an example of the threat that evil poses to innocence and goodness. He is extremely bitter and revengeful regarding the case, because Atticus made him look like a fool. Scout, Jem, and Dill sneak into the courthouse to see the trial and sit in the balcony with Maycomb's black population. At first Scout is immature and prejudiced like other typical Maycomb children, her first instinct being to turn to force and fighting to resolve conflicts. Dubose each day for a month. When he comes into Maycomb, he pretends to be drunk. Jean Louise Finch Scout - Scout is the narrator of the book.
Racism was revealed through the novel to characters Jem, Scout, and Dill who were young children that were learning about the good and evil in the small town they lived in. During the trial, he swears to make Atticus pay for the embarrassment he experiences in court during the trial and want him to pay back in some other ways, which he fulfills trying to kill his children later. They start to venture closer to the Radley house, which is said to be haunted. He stands committed to justice till the end. Similarly, writers include a theme or several themes to tie ideas in literature together. He is deeply moved by Scout's friendly words when she tries to diffuse the situation, and as a result leads the rest of the men in going home.
These include school life, friends, play and peer-group. These issues are never simple, clear-cut ideologies. The farm accident happened while he was still a child. Little Chuck may be even more intelligent than originally meets the eye, as he easily could have been bluffing about the aforementioned implied knife to scare Burris into retreating. He also leads the mob that comes to lynch Tom Robinson the night before the trial. She learned to read before she started school, and when her teacher found out she told her to forget everything she learned. Sometimes they can seem like the most infuriating people in the world, but then again they can be helpful, loving, and caring.