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39. After Scout takes Boo Radley home, she a. stands on his porch afraid to move c. runs home b. stands on the porch and talks to him d. looks at the street as Boo had seen it for years 40. Scout learned to understand people by following Atticus' advice to 41. The mockingbird is a symbol for 42. All of the following are themes found in the book EXCEPT Select the True Statement 43. a. To protect Boo, Heck Tate decided Bob Ewell’s death was an accident. b. Atticus purposely put a Ewell on the jury thinking he would be of some help. c. Both are true. d. Both are false. 44. a. The children never learn how to “walk in someone else’s shoes.” b. Atticus was quickly willing to cover up Jem’s guilt. c. Both are true. d. Both are false. 45. a. Scout cannot understand why Heck Tate and Atticus want to keep the incident quiet. b. Jem is expected to recover. c. Both are true. d. Both are false.
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English I, level 2 2013 Short Answer – Please respond to TWO of the following questions in perfect paragraph form. Be sure to include specific details from To Kill a Mockingbird to support your answer. 1. The Radley place undergoes a change in the course of the novel. At the beginning, we are told, “Inside the house lived a malevolent phantom” (9). By the end, Scout fearlessly walks Boo up to his front porch. What changes have taken place that allow Scout to walk with Boo? _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ __________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ ___ 2. At the novel’s end, Scout says of Boo Radley, “…neighbors give in return. We never put back into the tree what we took out of it: we had given him nothing, and it made me sad.” Is Scout right, that they gave nothing in return? Does this comment come from the adult-Scout narrator or the child-Scout narrator?
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