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To Kill a Mockingbird:Chapter 9 Fact/Idea AssignmentTask:Embed the following passage from Ch. 9 of TKAM into the Fact column and then respond to the questions provided toform a paragraph of analysis.FORMAT and GUIDING QUESTIONS:FACT (EMBEDDED QUOTE with context, quote, and pagecitation)Before you embed the quote, highlight the most importantparts of the passage that you should/want to quote.IDEA (ANALYSIS)“But do you think I could face my children otherwise? Youknow what’s going to happen as well as I do, Jack, and Ihope and pray I can get Jem and Scout through it withoutbitterness, and most of all, without catching Maycomb’susual disease. Why reasonable people go stark raving madwhen anything involving a Negro comes up, is something Idon’t pretend to understand...I just hope that Jem and Scoutcome to me for their answers instead of listening to thetown. I hope they trust me enough” (117).Who is the speaker and what is the context?What literary devices are employed in this quote, and how?Please be specific and use embedded quotes if necessary.What impact or effect do these literary devices have on theoverall scene, chapter, or story? Explain.What is significant to note about Lee’s overarching purpose
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Term
Spring
Professor
Donnelly
Tags
To Kill A Mockingbird, Atticus, Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

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