The sheriff notices knife marks on Scout’s costume, and she understands that Bob Ewell had intended to kill her and Jem. She also recognizes that the stranger — the man who pulled Ewell off of her and saved both children’s lives — is Boo Radley.
- 1 Who does Mr Tate want to save from being in the limelight?
- 2 Who was Heck Tate protecting?
- 3 What did Heck Tate do in Chapter 30?
- 4 Who does Sheriff Heck Tate infer he is protecting with the above explanation?
- 5 Who does Atticus say killed Ewell?
- 6 Who does Scout realize save Jem?
- 7 What evidence did Heck Tate remove?
- 8 What is Atticus old nickname?
- 9 Why did Atticus shoot the dog?
- 10 Why did they say Bob Ewell fell on his knife?
- 11 Who stabbed Bob Ewell chapter30?
- 12 Why did Scout never see Boo again?
- 13 Why is Jem so jaded?
- 14 Who symbolizes the gray ghost?
- 15 What does Scout see when she’s on Boo’s porch?
Who does Mr Tate want to save from being in the limelight?
In chapter 30, Sheriff Tate indirectly tells Atticus that Boo Radley stabbed and killed Bob Ewell during the struggle to save Jem and Scout. However, Sheriff Tate says that he will not inform the citizens about Boo Radley’s heroics in order to protect him from the community’s limelight.
Who was Heck Tate protecting?
Determined to protect Boo Radley from too much attention, Heck Tate wins the argument. Heck Tate explains that it would be a sin to take “the one man who’s done you and this town a great service” and force him into the public eye.
What did Heck Tate do in Chapter 30?
Finally Sheriff Tate says, ‘Bob Ewell fell on his knife. I can prove it. ‘ Heck tells Atticus that Bob Ewell tripped and fell as he threw Jem to the ground. Then Heck pulls out the knife that killed Bob Ewell.
Who does Sheriff Heck Tate infer he is protecting with the above explanation?
102. Who does Sheriff Heck Tate infer he is protecting with the above explanation? The theme of wisdom is portrayed in different ways, and I’ll be telling you how. Although he had to lie to protect Boo Radley, he knew that keeping his role in Bob Ewell’s death a secret was the right thing to do, and he did it.
Who does Atticus say killed Ewell?
As the men argue, Atticus realizes that Boo Radley killed Ewell, and it is Boo who Tate is trying to protect. They finally agree that Ewell did fall on his own knife, a decision Scout fully understands. Boo sees Jem one more time and then asks Scout to take him home.
Who does Scout realize save Jem?
Jem is put to bed with a broken arm and their attacker is revealed when Bob Ewell is found dead by the sheriff Heck Tate, a knife through his ribs. Scout is amazed to discover that the man who rescued her and carried Jem back to the house is Boo Radley. Atticus tells her that Boo’s real name is Arthur.
What evidence did Heck Tate remove?
What piece of evidence did Heck remove from the scene? A switchblade knife. We are not told directly that the knife is directly connected to the crime, but the implication is clear. When Heck proposes to demonstrate how Ewell fell on his own knife, he removes a long switchblade pocket from his pocket.
What is Atticus old 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 did Atticus shoot the dog?
In Chapter 11, Atticus shoots a mad (rabid) dog in the street. In a larger symbolic sense, the dog, because it has rabies, is a dangerous threat to the community. In shooting the dog, then, Atticus is trying to protect the community from its most dangerous elements.
Why did they say Bob Ewell fell on his knife?
He tells Atticus that since Scout is only eight years old, she may have confused some things that have occurred. He holds that Ewell fell on his knife since Jem could not have stabbed him because his arm was broken and he could not possibly have tackled Ewell and killed him.
Who stabbed Bob Ewell chapter30?
In chapter 30, Atticus and Sheriff Tate walk outside, where Atticus expresses his concern for Jem. Atticus is under the impression that Jem stabbed and killed Bob Ewell. Given Scout’s brief testimony, Atticus has reason to believe that Jem fought Bob and ended up stabbing him with his own knife.
Why did Scout never see Boo again?
Scout never sees Boo Radley again because he was stabbed by Mr. Ewell. This is why Boo was standing underneath the tree for a second breathing heavily. Boo Radley most likely died of internal bleeding from the stab wound after Scout walked him back to his house.
Why is Jem so jaded?
6. Carefully read the last page of chapter 23. Why do you think Jem seems so jaded? Jem thinks Scout’s words to the contrary reflect her innocence and naiveté.
Who symbolizes the gray ghost?
Who symbolized the Gray Ghost Why? Jem’s novel The Gray Ghost appears as a symbol of Boo Radley and his role in To Kill a Mockingbird. The Gray Ghost is first mentioned in Chapter 1, when Dill tells Jem “I’ll swap you The Gray Ghost if you just go up and touch the [Radley] house” (Lee 18).
What does Scout see when she’s on Boo’s porch?
Standing on the porch, Scout sees in an instant how the last few months must have appeared to Boo – the trips she, Jem and Dill made, Atticus shooting the dog, the house fire, and the presents Boo left for them.