Atticus is to defend a member of Calpurnia’s church. Why does Atticus take a case which is causing so much dissension in the neighborhood? He is asked to take the case, but more importantly, he would be ashamed not to do so. He has respect for himself and others.
Why does Atticus take the children out of the house at 1 00 am?
Why does Atticus take the children out of the house at 1:00 A.M.? Miss Maudie’s house is on fire and Atticus thinks the children would be safer outside than in the house. He is afraid the fire might spread to their home. Atticus is to defend a member of Calpurnia’s church.
Why does Atticus awaken Jem and Scout instead of just letting them sleep through the fire?
Why does Atticus awaken Jem and Scout instead of just letting them sleep through the fire incident? Atticus is worried the fire spread to their home. “I expect so” said Atticus. “Now listen, both of you.
How did Jem react when Atticus told him to go home?
How does Jem react when Atticus tells him to go home, and why? He rufuses to go home, he just says “no” and he stays there. He reacts that way because he is very worried that these men will do something to Atticus. He thinks he might be able help out if anything bad were to happen.
How does Atticus show the Golden Rule?
Throughout the entirety of the novel, Atticus clearly exemplifies the Golden Rule and it is clear that he strictly follows the Golden Rule. Atticus wants to be a role model and by defending Tom Robinson, it clearly indicates what he wants to show his children.
Why does Atticus not mind that Bob spit in his face?
He threatened to kill him and spat in his face. Why does Atticus not mind that Bob Ewell spat in his face? Atticus is glad Bob took it out on him and not Mayella or his kids. He is a better person in the community and is very selfless.