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To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 27 Summary

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Chapter 27 Summary

There is a Depression era job program and Bob Ewell gets a job and a few days later, he losses it. Judge Taylor hears a prowler outside his house. Bob then follows Helen Robinson and whispers obscenities to her. Aunt Alexandra is the one who points out that he is tormenting everyone who was involved with the trial.

At Halloween, the local school schedules a pageant. They want to occupy the townsfolk to hinder trouble like they had the previous year. The play will be an "agricultural pageant." The children are to dress like a type of food. Scout will be a ham. Atticus and Aunt Alexandra are tired and stay home that evening.

Chapter 27 Analysis

There is real danger lurking around Maycomb and it's evident through Bob Ewell's actions. The fact that he hasn't come after the Finches just increases the sense of danger...

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