Posted: April 18, 2013
Reading for "To Kill A Mockingbird": Read Chapters 7and 8 Quiz on Monday from the novels chapters 1-8 Questions from the class today: Chapters 4-6 What do the presents indicate about Boo? What do the children’s reactions to the presents tell us about the society they live in? Describe how Boo must have felt seeing the enactment of his past and the scissors every day. When Scout rolled inside the Radley’s gate, she heard laughing. What does this tell about what Boo was really like? Why do you think Harper Lee worked so hard in these chapters to keep the reader interested in Boo Radley? What might his relevance be in the main plot?