What news does Sheriff Tate give Atticus? Sheriff Tate tells Atticus that Bob Ewell was laying under a tree stabbed in the ribs, dead.
- 1 What news did the men bring to Atticus?
- 2 What did Sheriff Tate come to tell Atticus?
- 3 What does Sheriff Tate discover?
- 4 What news does Mr Tate report at the very end of the chapter?
- 5 Who does Atticus say killed Ewell?
- 6 Did Atticus lose the case?
- 7 Why did Jem follow Atticus to town?
- 8 Why is Atticus outside the jail?
- 9 Why does Atticus thank boo?
- 10 How did Mr Ewell actually get killed?
- 11 Why doesn’t Sheriff Tate want anyone to know what Boo did?
- 12 What evidence did Heck Tate remove?
- 13 Why does Scout agree with Sheriff Tate?
- 14 Why did Atticus think Jem killed Bob?
- 15 Who attacks Jem and Scout?
What news did the men bring to Atticus?
Underwood, the owner of the town’s newspaper, The Maycomb Tribune, come to church on Sunday to bring Atticus the news that Tom Robinson had been moved to the Maycomb jail. Sheriff Tate and some others had expressed their concern to Atticus earlier that there would be trouble if Tom were brought to the jail.
What did Sheriff Tate come to tell Atticus?
Heck Tate went to tell Atticus that Tom Robinson was being transferred. The other men gathered in Atticus’ front yard to show their support for him. Jem refuses to go home because he thinks the men might harm Atticus in his absence.
What does Sheriff Tate discover?
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 news does Mr Tate report at the very end of the chapter?
In the end of the chapter, Sheriff Heck Tate provides some important information: Bob Ewell is dead. He has been stabbed and is obviously the attacker because Tate found Scout’s dress and some ham cloth near the corpse.
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.
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
Why did Jem follow Atticus to town?
Jem decides to follow Atticus because he knows that since the group of men came to the house the night before, he feels Atticus may be in danger. Jem feels that as long as he is able to see Atticus, he won’t worry as much about him. He finds Atticus sitting guard in front of the jailhouse.
Why is Atticus outside the jail?
Atticus sits outside of the jail in order to protect Tom Robinson from the lynch mob. Jem and Scout follow him, but they stay far enough away that he can’t see them.
Why does Atticus thank boo?
Why does Atticus thank Boo Radley? Atticus realizes that Heck Tate was right: Bob Ewell fell on his own knife. He realizes that Boo saved the kids and that it would be a sin to let the world know. The town would give Boo all of this attention and it would do more harm than good.
How did Mr Ewell actually get killed?
Bob Ewell died from a knife wound. The cause of death given by Heck Tate was that Bob Ewell fell on his knife. At first, Atticus thought that Jem had stabbed Bob Ewell. Tate informed him that it was Boo Radley who killed Bob Ewell.
Why doesn’t Sheriff Tate want anyone to know what Boo did?
Scout demonstrates her maturity and moral development by metaphorically comparing Boo Radley to an innocent mockingbird. Similar to her father, Scout recognizes the importance of protecting defenseless, innocent beings, which is why Sheriff Tate refuses to inform the community about Boo Radley’s heroics.
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.
Why does Scout agree with Sheriff Tate?
She agrees with Sheriff Tate’s decision to protect Boo Radley from the community’s limelight by refusing to inform the citizens about his heroics. Mr. Tate insists the report be written to say Bob Ewell fell on his own knife.
Why did Atticus think Jem killed Bob?
Atticus, who believes Jem is the one who killed Bob, thinks Heck wants to cover up the truth to protect Jem. He thinks that protecting Jem from the law will undermine Atticus’s relationship with his children and everything that he has taught them.
Who attacks Jem and Scout?
Cecil Jacobs scares Jem and Scout on the way to the pageant, which sets up the suspense for the incident with Bob Ewell. Bob Ewell attacks Jem and Scout while they are walking home from the pageant. Jem realizes they are being followed but he cannot prevent the attack.