- How does JEM break up a meeting?
- What does Dill know about Boo Radley?
- Why did Jem tell Atticus that Dill was there?
- Why does JEM tell Atticus that Dill is hiding in their house?
- Who did Atticus kill Bob Ewell?
- What is Dill’s reply when scout asks why do you reckon Boo Radley never run off?
- What condition does Boo Radley have?
- Why hasn’t Boo Radley run away from home?
- What question does Scout ask Dill about Boo Radley?
- What does JEM do when Dill runs away?
- What is Atticus dangerous question?
How does JEM break up a meeting?
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In Chapter 14, Jem broke the remaining code of childhood by telling Atticus that Dill had run away from home and was hiding under Scout’s bed.
As Scout was climbing into bed, she stepped on something that she thought was a snake.
Scout beckoned Jem to come and check it out..
What does Dill know about Boo Radley?
When Dill suggests that Boo Radley might have nowhere to “run off to,” he is making an inference based on evidence that has already been revealed about Radley’s life. The first and most obvious piece of evidence is that Radley behaves like a recluse; that is, he seems to be withdrawn from social contact.
Why did Jem tell Atticus that Dill was there?
Why did Jem tell Atticus that Dill was there? Jem told Atticus that Dill was there because he can’t keep him hidden and feed him without Atticus knowing.
Why does JEM tell Atticus that Dill is hiding in their house?
Poor Dill feels unloved and neglected by his own family, who doesn’t seem to have time for him. Maycomb is a refuge for Dill where he feels wanted and appreciated by his friends. Jem telling Atticus about Dill running away and hiding breaks the code of childhood where you don’t “rat” on one another.
Who did Atticus kill Bob Ewell?
JemAtticus does believe that Jem killed Bob Ewell. He tells Sheriff Tate that Scout said that Jem got up and yanked Ewell off her, and “he [Jem] probably took Ewell’s knife somehow in the dark. . . .” When the sheriff cuts Atticus off and says, “Jem never stabbed Bob Ewell,” Atticus thanks him but adds, “Heck . . .
What is Dill’s reply when scout asks why do you reckon Boo Radley never run off?
She finds herself thinking of the Radley house and Boo’s imprisonment in it. She asks Dill, “Why do you reckon Boo Radley’s never run off?” Dill’s answer is that maybe Boo “doesn’t have anywhere to run off to….”
What condition does Boo Radley have?
Autism Spectrum DisorderAutism Spectrum Disorder: Boo demonstrates an intense emotional connection in his protectiveness toward Scout and Jem, even to the point of risking his life to save theirs. Mental Retardation: We see little evidence from which to determine Boo’s level of intelligence other than his ability to carve figures in soap.
Why hasn’t Boo Radley run away from home?
Scout’s questioning of why Boo Radley has never run away from home suggests that Scout’s attitude toward Boo has shifted from one of fear to one of genuine empathy. This arises after Scout learns that Dill has run away from home because of his stepfather.
What question does Scout ask Dill about Boo Radley?
What question does Scout ask Dill about Boo Radley? What is Dill’s response? She asks his opinion on why Boo Radley has not run off, and Dill responds by saying that maybe he doesn’t have anywhere to run to.
What does JEM do when Dill runs away?
Dill has run away from home because his mother and new father did not pay enough attention to him. He took a train from Meridian to Maycomb Junction, fourteen miles away, and covered the remaining distance on foot and on the back of a cotton wagon. Jem goes down the hall and tells Atticus.
What is Atticus dangerous question?
Scout says that “‘Do you really think so?’ . . . was Atticus’ dangerous question” because he delighted in helping people see a situation in a new light. Atticus uses this approach not only with his children, but with all of Maycomb.