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Tom Robinson is assumed guilty before his trial begins.
a) Heroism and Bravery b) Social Inequality c) Transition from innocence to experience d) Education and Perspective
Miss Caroline's rigid teaching method compared with Atticus's casual teaching methods.
a) Heroism and Bravery b) Transition from innocence to experience c) Education and Perspective d) Co-existence of good and evil
Aunt Alexandra wants Atticus to tell the children about their family background so that they behaved more like upper class children.
a) Transition from innocence to experience b) Heroism and Bravery c) Co-existence of good and evil d) Social Inequality
Jem originally assumes that people are good because he had never seen evil. Now Jem appears to understand more of his world, and is afraid that Atticus will be hurt by a lynch mob.
a) Transition from innocence to experience b) Co-existence of good and evil c) Social inequality d) Heroism and Bravery
Mockingbirds are a symbol of
a) racism b) education c) bravery d) innocence
Mrs. Dubose beat her morphine addiction before she died.
a) Heroism and Bravery b) Transistion from innocence to experience c) Social Inequality d) Education and perspective
Mrs. Dubose is extremely racist and courageous for beating her morphine addiction.
a) Social Inequality b) Co-existance of good and evil c) Education and Perspective d) Transition from innocence to experience
Atticus is always pushing Scout to look at situations from other people's point of view.
a) Education and Perspective b) Heroism and Bravery c) Co-existance of good and evil d) Social Inequality
Boo Radley is feared by neighbourhood children, but he fixes Jem's pants and leaves gifts for the children in the knot-hole.
a) Social Inequality b) Education and Perspective c) Co-existance of good and evil d) Heroism and Bravery
Atticus intends to defend Tom Robinson to the best of his ability.
a) Education and Perspective b) Transition from innocence to experience c) Co-existance of good and evil d) Heroism and Bravery
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