Who begins to cry and must leave the courtroom?
Why does Mr. Dolphus Raymond drink?
His existential despair
Because people wouldn't understand that he is in love with a black woman
He's poor and can't afford clean water
He likes the taste
Who walks down the center of the court's aisle just as Atticus finishes his defense?
Mr. Dolphus Raymond
Who stands as a sign of respect when Atticus makes his way out of the courtroom?
The black spectators in the balcony
Scout, Jem, and Dill
The white spectators on the floor
What verdict does the jury deliver?
The trial is declared a mistrial
The jury can't decide
What does Atticus tell the children will happen next?
Atticus will sell the house and leave town
There will be an appeal
Scout and Jem will likely be taunted at school and in town
Tom will be executed
How does Jem react to the verdict?
He calls the jury names
He runs out of the courtroom
He asks the judge to reconsider
In Chapter 23, what does Aunt Alexandra forbid Scout from doing?
Going anywhere near the courthouse
Setting foot on the Radley property
Playing with Walter Cunningham
Asking her father about the appeal
What does Jem figure out about Boo Radley?
He has a mental problem
He is harmless
He is dangerous
He stays inside because he wants to
Why does Tom say he helped Mayella?
He was afraid to deny a request by a white woman
He was afraid she would hurt herself
He felt sorry for her
He was in love with her