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To kill a mocking bird
analysis and summary
Chapter 22

Jem is crying and angry - he thought that the case was clearly in Tom's favor.
Atticus is exhausted and when Jem asks him how the jury could have done it he
responds, "I don't know, but they did it.…

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default going to part of the ongoing aim of taking "steps" toward fairness and

Dill's comment about being a clown follows his tendency for escapism. He finds
reality so difficult to manage, that he defines himself in another, separate reality
where he can be safe from the trauma that…


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