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What happens in Chapter 13 and 14 of To Kill a Mockingbird?
Moreover, what happens in chapter 14 of To Kill a Mockingbird?
Summary: Chapter 14 The impending trial of Tom Robinson and Atticus's role as his defense lawyer make Jem and Scout the objects of whispers and glances whenever they go to town. One day, Scout tries to ask Atticus what “rape” is, and the subject of the children's trip to Calpurnia's church comes up. Atticus refuses.
Also, what did Atticus do in Chapter 13? When in chapter 13 of To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus is trying to inform Scout and Jem about the Finch family, he says he is trying to tell them the facts of life. Jem responds by saying that he knows "all that stuff." What stuff does he mean?
Just so, what happens in chapter 13 of To Kill a Mockingbird?
Summary: Chapter 13 However, Jem and Scout lack the pride that Aunt Alexandra considers commensurate with being a Finch. She orders Atticus to lecture them on the subject of their ancestry. He makes a valiant attempt but succeeds only in making Scout cry.
What does Scout learn in Chapter 13?
In Chapter 13, Aunt Alexandra moves into the Finch residence. Scout comments that Alexandra is obsessed with heredity and learns about her theory regarding family background. Scout becomes aware of Maycomb's caste system, and Alexandra convinces Atticus to teach Jem and Scout about their family background.