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   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee  2  Part One Chapter 1 When he was nearly thirteen, my brother Jem got his...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee  3  blacksmith in a misunderstanding arising from the alleged wrongful det...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee  4  heard something next door in Miss Rachel Haverford   s collard patch. ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee  5  safe distance from the Radley gate. There he would stand, his arm arou...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee  6  he was sure every lady in Maycomb heard them. The judge decided to sen...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee  7  he called. Jem and I crept around the yard for days. At last the sawho...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee  8  asked. Then he jumped, landed unhurt, and his sense of responsibility ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee  9  would stick with the fifth. In short, I was to leave him alone.    You...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 10  above Atticus   s moving finger separated into words, but I had stared...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 11  When Walter shook his head a third time someone whispered,    Go on an...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 12  Miss Caroline stood stock still, then grabbed me by the collar and hau...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 13  Walter.    Anybody who went up to the house once oughta not to still r...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 14     It   s alive     she screamed. The male population of the class rus...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 15     But what about their parents     asked Miss Caroline, in genuine co...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 16  After supper, Atticus sat down with the paper and called,    Scout, re...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 17  game their father can hit.       Mr. Ewell shouldn   t do that-       ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 18  state had in mind for me. As the year passed, released from school thi...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 19     Grown folks don   t have hidin    places. You reckon we ought to ke...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 20     Dill if you don   t hush I   ll knock you bowlegged. I mean it, now...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 21  going to play,    he announced.    Something new, something different....
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 22     Nothing,    said Jem. Jem   s evasion told me our game was a secret...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 23  she found a blade of nut grass in her yard it was like the Second Batt...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 24     I never heard why, though. Nobody ever told me why.    Miss Maudie ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 25  yard,    I said, feeling it my duty to defend my parent.    Gracious c...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 26  Dill took a piece of paper from his pocket and gave it to Jem. The thr...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 27  he were trying to hold it in line. Jem decided there was no point in q...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 28  Because nobody could see them at night, because Atticus would be so de...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 29  dropped, and was still. Then it turned and moved back across Jem, walk...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 30     Don   t worry, Dill,    said Jem, as we trotted up the sidewalk,   ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 31  ghost dancing away to escape the coming morning. A faint breeze stirre...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 32     Okay, you might be right,    said Jem.    It must be some little ki...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 33  Our biggest prize appeared four days later. It was a pocket watch that...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 34     Mr. Radley, ah   did you put cement in that hole in that tree down ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 35  what it was. Atticus said he didn   t know any more about snow than Je...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 36  the back yard to the front. Walk back in your tracks, though,    he ca...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 37  Atticus strolled over to Miss Maudie   s sidewalk, where they engaged ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 38  Mr. Avery was wedged tightly. I buried my head under Jem   s arm and d...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 39  around my shoulders, squaw-fashion.    Atticus, I don   t know, sir   ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 40  with you. And I   d   ve had sense enough to turn around, too.    Miss...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 41  Atticus sighed.    I   m simply defending a Negro   his name   s Tom R...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 42  Francis. I suppose I should include Uncle Jimmy, Aunt Alexandra   s hu...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 43  When supper was over, Uncle Jack went to the livingroom and sat down. ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 44  leather booksack, five shirts and an untied bow tie.    That   s nice,...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 45     Has too, he lives in Meridian.          he just gets passed around ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 46  Aunt Alexandra ministered to Francis, wiping his tears away with her h...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 47     He called Atticus that        Yes sir, he did, an    a lot more. Sa...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 48  as she can. Doesn   t come up to scratch half the time, but she tries....
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 49  tooth and nail. Francis Hancock, for example, knew that. When he gave ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 50  I wished my father was a devil from hell. I sounded out Calpurnia on t...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 51  Mr. Finch, please don   t connect me no more   listen, Miss Eula May, ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 52  opened and shut  he was alist, but he was being pulled gradually towar...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 53  Atticus wheeled around and faced Miss Maudie. They looked at one anoth...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 54     Naw, Scout, it   s something you wouldn   t understand. Atticus is ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 55  where I could throw up a stick and almost catch it coming down, I had ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 56  What Jem did was something I   d do as a matter of course had I not be...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 57  you.    I said I didn   t see why we had to keep our heads anyway, tha...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 58  three tiny legs.    So you brought that dirty little sister of yours, ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 59  from us. The alarm clock would ring, Jessie would shoo us out, and the...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 60     Don   t you mutter at me, boy  You hold up your head and say yes ma...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 61  In a flash Atticus was up and standing over him. Jem buried his face i...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 62  As if that were not enough, the state legislature was called into emer...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 63  His face flushed angrily, but Calpurnia said,    Now you all quit that...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 64  every Sunday. It was dim inside, with a damp coolness slowly dispelled...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 65  worse. Again, as I had often met it in my own church, I was confronted...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 66  Calpurnia, in her navy voile dress and tub of a hat, walked between Je...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 67     Blackstone   s Commentaries.    Jem was thunderstruck.    You mean ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 68  I could have made several answers to this  Cal   s a girl, it would be...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 69  us.    Aunt Alexandra, in underlining the moral of young Sam Merriweat...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 70  years, were utterly predictable to one another  they took for granted ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 71  are not from run-of-the-mill people, that you are the product of sever...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 72  He sighed, and said rape was carnal knowledge of a female by force and...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 73  I entered the livingroom. Atticus had retreated behind his newspaper a...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 74  you   ve got another think comin   . Hold on a minute.    He went to t...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 75  I finally found my voice     It   s okay, Dill. When he wants you to k...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 76  This was the weirdest reason for flight I had ever heard.    How come ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 77  construct a new rope ladder for it  Dill had hit upon a foolproof plan...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 78  they     Atticus lowered the paper and gazed at Jem.    What have you ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 79  We parted at suppertime, and after our meal Jem and I were settling do...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 80  certainly someone   s dream. Starkly out of place in a town of square-...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 81  discovered that these men were strangers. They were not the people I s...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 82  interested in, not about what you were interested in. Mr. Cunningham d...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 83  driveway and coasted to the carhouse  we went in the back door and to ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 84  they   re still human. Hmp, maybe we need a police force of children  ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 85  it   s like a Roman carnival.       They hafta try him in public, Miss...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 86  white  white folks won   t have    em cause they   re colored, so they...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 87        thinks he knows what he   s doing,    one said.    Oh-h now, I w...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 88  stopped him. Old Sarum, their stamping grounds, was populated by two f...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 89        asked her if he beat her like that, she said yes he had. Asked h...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 90  said,    Yes, what were her other injuries     As Mr. Tate answered, A...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 91  One corner of the yard, though, bewildered Maycomb. Against the fence,...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 92  the house       Here Judge Taylor glanced sharply at the witness and m...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 93     Yes, I did.    The spectators were quiet, but the defendant said so...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 94     You do     asked Atticus mildly.    I just want to make sure.    He...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 95  once he whispered,    We   ve got him.    I didn   t think so  Atticus...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 96  I was on the porch and   and he came along and, you see, there was thi...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 97     Long   s he keeps on callin    me ma   am an sayin    Miss Mayella....
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 98  Mr. Ewell leaned back again.    Except when he   s drinking     asked ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee 99  Mayella sniffed wrathfully and looked at Atticus.    I   ll answer any...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee100  the witness a chance to answer.       All right, why didn   t you run ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee101  once told us that in Judge Taylor   s court any lawyer who was a stric...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee102     When did she ask you to chop up the   the chiffarobe        Mr. Fin...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee103     Mr. Finch,    he said,    I was goin    home as usual that evenin  ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee104  Tom Robinson shut his eyes tight.    He says you goddamn whore, I   ll...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee105  disorderly conduct could easily have had it in his heart to take advan...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee106     Like I says before, it weren   t safe for any nigger to be in a   f...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee107  quieten you.    Dill sucked on the straws, smiled, and pulled at lengt...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee108  The courtroom was still, and again I wondered where the babies were. J...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee109     What was the evidence of her offense  Tom Robinson, a human being. ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee110  jury is only as sound as the men who make it up. I am confident that y...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee111  Jem was chuckling.    Don   t you want to hear about it, Cal        Hu...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee112  never seen a packed courtroom so still. Sometimes a baby would cry out...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee113  shoulder as he whispered. Atticus took his coat off the back of his ch...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee114  Atticus looked up at her, puzzled, and she said,    You better step ou...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee115     Oh,    said Jem.    Well.       Don   t you oh well me, sir,    Mis...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee116  Chapter 23    I wish Bob Ewell wouldn   t chew tobacco,    was all Att...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee117  time to worry yet, Scout. We   ve got a good chance.    Jem was sprawl...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee118  Jem was scratching his head. Suddenly his eyes widened.    Atticus,   ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee119  difference between a man who   s going to convict and a man who   s a ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee120  with Walter, Aunty, why can   t I     She took off her glasses and sta...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee121     Well Jem, I don   t know   Atticus told me one time that most of th...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee122  Alexandra, I never saw such charlotte    just lovely    I never can ge...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee123  necessary. Mrs. Merriweather   s large brown eyes always filled with t...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee124  second most devout lady in Maycomb. She had a curious habit of prefaci...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee125  have time to catch its breath. Calpurnia was telling Miss Rachel   s c...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee126     What does who want, Alexandra     Miss Maudie asked.    I mean this...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee127  crawled up the steps and under the door. I was putting my book on the ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee128  to the cabin. They stayed inside a long time, and Atticus came out alo...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee129  broken watch and chain. Jem must have put them away somewhere. I stopp...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee130  Uncle Natchell story when Miss Gates stopped him     Charles, that is ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee131     It is not,    he said.    It   s not okay to hate anybody.       At...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee132  received it with no grace amid obscure mutterings that the bastards wh...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee133     I think I understand,    said Atticus.    It might be because he kn...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee134  Mr. Heck Tate was summoned. He surveyed the area and said he thought i...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee135  pageant anyway. After that, it didn   t matter whether they went or no...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee136  and he could tell it all over the schoolhouse, that was his privilege....
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee137  The bass drum went boom with every sentence Mrs. Merriweather uttered....
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee138  can get    em tomorrow,    he said.    But tomorrow   s Sunday,    I p...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee139  We had not increased our pace. Jem knew as well as I that it was diffi...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee140  front door framed Atticus for an instant  he ran down the steps, and t...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee141  He put on his hat.    Now I may be wrong, of course, but I think he   ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee142  Somehow, I could think of nothing but Mr. Bob Ewell saying he   d get ...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee143  He pointed with a long forefinger. A shiny clean line stood out on the...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee144  Chapter 30    Mr. Arthur, honey,    said Atticus, gently correcting me...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee145  but don   t start anything like that.    Mr. Tate got up and went to t...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee146     I   m not sayin    she made it up, I   m sayin    she was too scare...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee147  Atticus looked like he needed cheering up. I ran to him and hugged him...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee148  doorknob. He gently released my hand, opened the door, went inside, an...
   To Kill a Mockingbird    By Nelle Harper Lee149     No,    he said.    You   ve had enough scaring for a while. This is...