Scout realises she must protect Boo. It is clear that the lessons of the last few months have struck a chord with her, and how much she's grown up.
As Scout is recalling the events of the evening to Atticus and Heck Tate, she realises who rescued her and Jem; her neighbour, Arthur "Boo" Radley.
Bob attacks Scout and Jem on the way home from the school concert. Unknown to Scout at the time, Boo Radley has saved the day.
Atticus visits the Robinsons, to tell them the terrible news of Tom's death. It is clear that Bob Ewell is out for revenge.
After coming home, Miss Maudie comforts the Finches. Atticus receives the terrible news that Tom Robinson is dead.
In this scene, Tom Robinson hears the verdict. He is taken away and Atticus leaves the court room.
In this scene, Tom Robinson is questioned by Atticus and Mr Gilmer.
In this scene, Mayella is questioned by Mr Gilmer and Atticus.
In this scene, Bob Ewell is questioned by Mr Gilmer and Atticus.
In this scene, Mr Gilmer and Atticus question Heck Tate in court.
In this scene, Atticus tries to protect Tom Robinson from the people of Maycomb; but Scout is unwittingly the one who saves the day.
In this scene, the children find more of Boo's presents hidden in the tree trunk, but Nathan Radley seals the oak's knothole with concrete. Jem shows Scout the gifts he's found in the tree so far.
A conversation between Atticus and Scout reveals some of the toll the court case is having on the Finch family.
Calpurnia calls for help when a mad dog, Tim Johnson, is running around Maycomb. The children are stunned by his shooting ability, and realise there is much more to their father than they first thought.
After getting into a fight with Walter at school, he is invited back to lunch. Scout learns a valuable lesson from Calpurnia about treating guests correctly. Atticus teaches her the importance of standing in someone else's shoes.
Scout, Dill and Jem creep into Boo Radley's yard at night to try to catch a glimpse of him. Jem looses his pants getting free from the fence.
In this scene, we get an insight into family life at the Finch household as Scout and Jem go to sleep. This includes a sense of the close relationship between Atticus and his children. This is also the scene where Judge Taylor drops by and asks Atticus to defend Tom Robinson.
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