Questions from the novel To Kill a Mockingbird (Chapter 22)

  1. Although Atticus did not want his children in court, he defends Jem’s right to know what has happened. In your own words, explain Atticus’s reasons for this.
  2. Miss Maudie tells Jem that “things are never as bad as they seem.” What reasons does she give for this view?
  3. Why does Dill say that he will be a clown when he grows up? Why is this statement both sad and true about human nature?
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