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1. The storyteller of the story is . DillScoutJemBoo. . Oh no!. Approach TO GO!. . 2. The principal section concentrates on telling stories. This basically serves to: . Mirror the irregular considerations in Scout\'s psyche Tie each of the individual characters to their family and history Lengthen the novel Make the story speaking to a more youthful gathering of people .
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To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee

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1. The storyteller of the story is Dill Scout Jem Boo

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2. The main section concentrates on recounting stories. This principally serves to: Mimic the arbitrary contemplations in Scout\'s mind Tie each of the individual characters to their family and history Lengthen the novel Make the story speaking to a more youthful group of onlookers

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3. Scout and Jem are how old when the novel starts? (separately) 5 and 8 6 and 10 8 and 12 9 and 13

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4. What is the explanation behind the creator\'s decision of a youthful storyteller? To expel moral predisposition from the story To permit the story to be introduced by somebody who can\'t play a dynamic part To permit the storyteller to develop as the story advances All of the above

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5. Superstition causes the youngsters to fear which family\'s home? Finch Robinson Radley Harris

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6. Scout is uncommon for a first grader since She is taller than the various kids She can read and keep in touch with She talks an outside dialect She can beat all the young men

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7. The school setting in the second part permits Lee to Show the general insolence that youngsters have for power Blame the instruction framework for the occurrences which follow in the novel Introduce the peruser to the different families, and in addition their eccentricities, in Maycomb district Denounce the isolation of blacks and whites

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8. What amount of time do the Ewell youngsters spend in school? Through the 6th grade None Through school The primary day of each school year

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9. The Ewell family is Highly regarded around the local area Supportive of equivalent rights for all races One of the poorest, slightest taught families in Maycomb A group of both high contrast individuals

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10. Walter Cunningham shocks Scout in which of the accompanying ways? He pours molasses onto his nourishment He neglected to pass first grade because of his leaving to chip away at the ranch He talks about cultivating in an exceptionally develop route with Atticus All of the above

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11. What things to Scout and Jem take from the bunch gap in one of the oak trees in the Radley\'s front yard? Both Gum and Pennies Gum None of the above

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12. What action do Dill, Scout and Jem as often as possible prefer to play regarding the Radley family? They all keep running into the Radley yard and touch the house before escaping They all part tires into the yard They all put on a show to be different individuals from the Radley family and showcase the wounding scene None of the above

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13. Whenever Jem and Dill begin to prohibit Scout from their exercises, with whom does she invest more energy? Atticus Maudie Atkinson Boo Radley Calpurnia

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14. What do Jem, Dill and Scout do that causes Mr. Radley to shoot at them? They sneak into the Radley yard and attempt to crest into a window He gets them by and by play-acting Boo Radley cutting his dad Jem unintentionally hits the Radley house while rehearsing with his new firearm He discovers them taking cash that has been covered up in a tree in his yard

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15. Mr. Radley\'s stopping up the bunch opening best symbolizes which of the accompanying? The worthless endeavor to draw out life by fixing up destructive injuries The fixing off of liberality The loss of adolescence delights and the move to adulthood obligations The withdrawal of Boo Radley from society perpetually

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16. Which two characters are the "outcasts" of the novel, insulted by Maycomb society? Jem and Scout Calpurnia and Aunt Alexandra Boo Radley and Maudie Atkinson Boo Radley and Tom Robinson

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17. After Atticus Finch consents to protect Tom Robinson, what does Scout hear at school? Atticus is "an immigrant" Atticus is "a nigger lover" Atticus is "a coward" Atticus is "a racist"

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18. For Christmas, Jem and Scout get what presents while remaining with their Uncle Jack? Pennies Puppies Air rifles Gum

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19. Close relative Alexandra\'s grandson Francis calls Atticus a "nigger-lover"; how does Scout respond? She punches him in the mouth She shouts at him and holds up until the grown-ups arrive She flees She remains quiet, precisely as Atticus had requested her to

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20. Why does Atticus realize that he will lose his case with Tom Robinson? Since the Ewells are very much regarded in the town Because Tom really dedicated the assault, and everybody in the town knows it Because the judge is one-sided Because it is the expression of a dark man against a white man, and the jury will listen to the white man

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21. What is the best motivation behind why Atticus acknowledges a case that he knows he will lose? Since he needs the cash To keep up his inner voice and his honesty Because he is familiar with the Robinson family To raise an excitement inside the town of Maycomb

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22. Which of the accompanying are parallels in the novel? Atticus and Scout battling common custom to keep up their individual personalities Tom Robinson and Boo Radley being excluded by society Both of the above None of the above

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23. Whenever Jem and Scout get their compressed air firearms, what does Atticus let them know it is a transgression to shoot? Tin jars Dogs A mockingbird Bluebirds

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24. Atticus\' part in shooting the raging canine best hints what future part that he will accept? His status as a single parent to Scout and Jem His part in putting down the crowd that needs to lynch Tom Robinson His part similar to a protector of reality for the whole group None of the above

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25. Which character is most similar to a mockingbird in the figurative sense? Tom Robinson Atticus Finch Boo Radley Scout Finch

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