- 1 What does Scout’s costume symbolize?
- 2 What is Scout’s role in the Halloween pageant and what is peculiar about her costume?
- 3 Why does Scout wear her costume home from the Halloween pageant?
- 4 What is Scout’s Halloween costume What are the chief drawbacks?
- 5 What is important about Scout’s costume?
- 6 Who broke Jem’s arm?
- 7 What has happened to Jem?
- 8 Who did Atticus kill Bob Ewell?
- 9 Why is scout feeling bad under her costume?
- 10 What is hiding under Scout’s bed?
- 11 Why can JEM see Scout in dark?
- 12 Does Boo Radley kill Bob Ewell?
- 13 What is uncomfortable about Scout’s costume?
- 14 Why does Atticus want Jem to put himself into Mr Ewell’s shoes?
- 15 Why is Bob Ewell so angry after the trial?
What does Scout’s costume symbolize?
Scout’s ham costume is significant as a symbol of childhood innocence. Like the costume, Scout’s innocence protects her. It’s a lucky thing that Scout kept on her chicken mesh costume, because it proved to be the insulation that saved her from the slashing knife wielded later by Bob Ewell.
What is Scout’s role in the Halloween pageant and what is peculiar about her costume?
The ladies of Maycomb decide to organize a Halloween pageant in the high school auditorium this year. Scout is assigned the role of a ham. She has a great costume for the pageant, but she can’t get out of her ham suit without help. On the way to the pageant, Cecil Jacobs frightens Jem and Scout.
Why does Scout wear her costume home from the Halloween pageant?
Scout is so embarrassed that she waits until everyone is out of the building before emerging from the wings to walk home with Jem. Keeping the ham costume on helps Scout conceal her shame until she can get home and forget about missing her cue.
What is Scout’s Halloween costume What are the chief drawbacks?
What are its chief drawbacks? Scout’s costume was a ham. It was hot, tight, and heavy. What does Aunt Alexandrea mean when she says, “Somebody just walked over my grave”?
What is important about Scout’s costume?
In addition to heightening the mood and tension of the story, Scout’s ham costume prevents Bob’s knife from stabbing her. When Sheriff Tate examines her crushed ham costume, he shows Atticus the clean line in the fabric from Bob’s knife. Scout’s ham costume protects her during the attack and saves her life.
Who broke Jem’s arm?
At the end of the novel Bob Ewell, who has suffered as a result of Atticus’s defense of Tom Robinson, attacks Jem and Scout on their way home from the Halloween pageant. Jem breaks his arm in the struggle.
What has happened to Jem?
Explain the details of what happened to Jem and Scout. They were being followed on their way home from the pageant and were attacked by Bob Ewell. In the attack, Bob Ewell broke Jem’s arm. Bob Radley heard the attack and came out and saved Jem and Scout.
Who did Atticus kill Bob Ewell?
Atticus is convinced that it was Jem who killed Bob Ewell during Bob’s retaliatory attack upon the children. In Chapter 30 of To Kill a Mockingbird, Sheriff Tate, Atticus, Scout, and Boo Radley sit on the porch while, in the bedroom, Dr. Reynolds sets Jem’s broken arm.
Why is scout feeling bad under her costume?
Merriweather is not amused. She takes Scout backstage and tells her that she ruined the pageant, causing Scout to feel awful. He says she did all right, “just came in a little late, that was all.” Scout thinks, “Jem was becoming almost as good as Atticus at making you feel right when things went wrong.”
What is hiding under Scout’s bed?
Scout discovers something under her bed. She calls Jem in and they discover Dill hiding there. Dill has run away from home because his mother and new father did not pay enough attention to him. Dill eats, then gets into Jem’s bed to sleep, but soon climbs over to Scout’s bed to talk things over.
Why can JEM see Scout in dark?
Scout wants to wear her costume because she can hide her mortification under it. Jem can see Scout because the fat streaks in the costume are painted with shiny paint.
Does Boo Radley kill Bob Ewell?
The novel ends after Bob Ewell attacks Scout and Jem, and Boo Radley rescues them, killing Bob in the process.
What is uncomfortable about Scout’s costume?
Jem told Scout she looked like “a ham with legs” in her costume. The costume restricted Scout’s movements and interfered with her vision, but it also saved her life when Bob Ewell attacked her (and Jem) while they were walking home after the school program.
Why does Atticus want Jem to put himself into Mr Ewell’s shoes?
Atticus tells Jem that he doesn’t blame Bob for his actions and is willing to allow Bob to take his anger out on him if it means saving Mayella one extra beating.
Why is Bob Ewell so angry after the trial?
Bob Ewell is embarrassed because of what Atticus alleged when Ewell testified at Tom Robinson’s trial. Although Atticus’s arguments are unsuccessful in acquitting Robinson, Ewell resents the fact that Atticus knows the truth.