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Essay | To Kill a Mockingbird, Summary of Chapters 21-31

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To Kill a Mockingbird, Summary of Chapters 21-31

Summary: Summarizes chapters 21-31 of Harper Lee's novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. Begins at the reading of the verdict against Tom Robinson.
The jury's verdict is in, and Judge Taylor reads it off. Guilty.... guilty...guilty. Jem's knuckles are white and he twitches with every "guilty" as it was another knife in his back. After a long trial, and hours for the jury to make their decision, the case was over. Tom Robinson was convicted, and sentenced to death.

After the trial Jem is quite upset with the outcome calling it unfair and unjust. Atticus tries to explain that Jem would see a black man taken advantage of by a white man almost every day of his life. Miss Maudie explained that no Christian lawyer or judge can make up for savage juries. Although Atticus and Judge Taylor did the best they could, the racist jury couldn't take a black man's word over a white man's.

Bob Ewell confronts Atticus and tells him he...

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