Mississippi Blood - Chapters 33 - 37 Summary & Analysis

Greg Iles
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In Chapter 33, Annie is watching the movie To Kill a Mockingbird. Penn remembers how the leading character, Atticus Finch, not only inspired him to become a lawyer but he also believed that his father was similar in character to Finch. He wonders how Scout would have felt if she had learned she had a half sibling by her father with their black maid. He wonders what differences Annie sees between the movie and her grandfather’s situation. He wonders what Atticus would have done if he had been in Penn’s position and the woman he loved was murdered by the Double Eagles.

When Annie asks Penn how Quentin and Atticus are similar, he explains that they are both brave but in different ways. Annie tells her father that she senses that Quentin is not acting as he should in the trial. She...

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