The children sit with Reverend Sykes and the colored people on the balcony. What question does Atticus ask the sheriff three times? Atticus asked if someone had called a doctor. What does Atticus lead Sheriff Tate to remember about Mayella Ewell’s black eye?
- 1 What question does Atticus ask the sheriff three times during the trial?
- 2 Why does Atticus Repeat this three times when Sheriff Tate is testifying?
- 3 What is the first question Atticus asks in court?
- 4 What does the sheriff say to Atticus?
- 5 Why was Mr Underwood covering Atticus at the jail?
- 6 What questions did Atticus ask?
- 7 How did Atticus prove Tom was innocent?
- 8 Did Atticus lose the case?
- 9 What was Atticus trying to prove about Mr Ewell What is Atticus trying to prove with his implication?
- 10 What is Atticus final question to Mayella?
- 11 Why is Atticus so concerned that no doctor was called?
- 12 What does Mayella say when Atticus asks if she loves her father?
- 13 Who is the bravest person Atticus has ever known?
- 14 What was Atticus nickname?
- 15 Why does the sheriff ask Atticus to shoot the mad dog?
What question does Atticus ask the sheriff three times during the trial?
When Sheriff Tate and Bob Ewell are on the witness stand, Atticus repeatedly asks them if a doctor was called after Mayella was purportedly raped so that the jury will hear and, hopefully, question Ewell’s credibility.
Why does Atticus Repeat this three times when Sheriff Tate is testifying?
The reason Atticus makes Sheriff Tate repeat his testimony is because the location of Mayella’s bruises is crucial to his case. Atticus wants the jury to realize that Tom Robinson, a man with a crippled left arm, could not have inflicted wounds on the right side of Mayella’s face.
What is the first question Atticus asks in court?
First, Atticus asks, “ I might ask you things you’ve already said before, but you’ll give me an answer, won’t you? ” (181). Mayella is described as “looking at him furiously” and claims she is being made fun of because Atticus is calling her “Miss Mayella” and “Ma’am” (182). Truthfully, Atticus is just being polite.
What does the sheriff say to Atticus?
Atticus begins defending Jem, insisting that killing Bob Ewell was clearly self-defense. Sheriff Tate corrects Atticus, saying that Bob Ewell fell on his own knife.
Why was Mr Underwood covering Atticus at the jail?
Why do you suppose a man like Mr. Underwood (who is a known racist) is covering Atticus at the jail? Underwood is covering Atticus because he knows that it is the morally correct and lawful thing to do.
What questions did Atticus ask?
What did Atticus ask about during his cross-examination of Sheriff Heck Tate? Atticus asks whether or not a doctor had been called for the rape victim, and he also asked about the specific location of her injuries. You just studied 26 terms!
How did Atticus prove Tom was innocent?
Atticus then shows the jury that Tom is handicapped and his left arm is completely useless. In Atticus’s closing remarks, he proves Tom’s innocence by mentioning the lack of medical evidence, the Ewells’ conflicting testimonies, and Tom’s obvious handicap.
Did Atticus lose the case?
Though the trial targets Tom Robinson, in another sense it is Maycomb that is on trial, and while Atticus eventually loses the court case, he successfully reveals the injustice of a stratified society that confines Black people to the “colored balcony” and allows the word of a despicable, ignorant man like Bob Ewell to
What was Atticus trying to prove about Mr Ewell What is Atticus trying to prove with his implication?
By proving that Bob Ewell is left-handed, Atticus implies that Bob was Mayella’s attacker. Atticus needs to prove that Bob Ewell is left-handed because Mayella had been hit on her right side.
What is Atticus final question to Mayella?
“Who beat you up? Tom Robinson or your father?” What is the last question Atticus asks Mayella? Mayella does not answer Atticus, and her face was ” a mixture of terror and fury.” After a few moments, she angrily explodes, reiterating her charge against Tom Robinson.
Why is Atticus so concerned that no doctor was called?
Why is this important? Atticus asked whether anybody called a doctor because if Mayella had been raped and concerned about her condition that they should have called a doctor. This is important because if they went to a doctor they would have been able to tell whether she was raped or abused.
What does Mayella say when Atticus asks if she loves her father?
When Atticus asks Mayella if her father is “good to you, is he easy to get along with,” she responds, “ He does tollable.” What Mayella really means is that “he is tolerable.” The author substitutes “does tollable” to simply illustrate Mayella’s poor upbringing and lack of schooling, creating a bit of sympathy for the …
Who is the bravest person Atticus has ever known?
Atticus thought of Mrs. Dubose as the bravest person because although she was in pain and dying, Mrs. Dubose was determined to break her habit. She faced death with strength and determination.
What was Atticus nickname?
Oh, Atticus Finch has an absolutely awesome old nickname of “One-Shot Finch ” which we find out about in Chapter 10 of To Kill a Mockingbird.
Why does the sheriff ask Atticus to shoot the mad dog?
The mad dog is a symbol for other “creatures” who are not innocent. Why does the sheriff ask Atticus to shoot Tom Johnson? Atticus doesn’t have good vision and he has to take off his glasses to shoot the dog.