What is odd about Atticus' behavior and why does Jem with Scout and Dill tagging along follow him to town?
Atticus got in his car late at night to go somewhere. This is unusual for Atticus because he usually walks everywhere he needs to go. Jem, Scout and Dill follow him to town because they are curious to where he is going.
Atticus and Aunt Alexandra disagree about how to deal with the children How does Atticus handle the situation?
Bob Ewell's credibility and pride was taken away after the trial when Atticus wiped the floor with his lies. Bob tried to show Atticus up and scare him and show him he was tough and Atticus didn't have an impact on him. Atticus told Scout and Jem because not only did he want to warn them, he wanted them to witness Bob's behavior so they wouldn't act like that as adults
The protagonist is Jean Louise (Scout) Finch. scout finch Atticus Finch. Atticus Finch. Scout Scout, Jem, Atticus, Dill, Uncle Jack, basically a lot of people because the book has many characters. :) Atticus would be one of the main protagonists. scout The protagonist in this story is Jean Louise Finch, more commonly known as Scout.
What does Atticus mean when he tells scout to delete the adjectives and have the facts about jems strange behavior?
Atticus and Alexandra disagree about how to deal with the children How does Atticus handle the situation?
Atticus goes and talks to Jem and Scout and tells them that they need to change the way they act. He tells them that they need to act more like the rest of the finch family.atticu originally tries to follow alexandras way to raise children but it makes scout cry and then stops her way of raising children.
Why does Atticus think jem and scout disobeyed him when he told them to say in front of the radleys house?
Atticus visits the Radley house to pay his respects upon the death of Mrs. Radley. Scout and Jem suspect that Boo caused her death and are eager to prove their theory. They are disappointed to learn from Atticus that she died of natural causes. Then Scout asks Atticus if he "saw Mr. Arthur." Atticus sternly replies, "I did not." That is all she hears about it.