What happened in chapter 25 of To Kill a Mockingbird?
Furthermore, what is the theme of Chapter 25 in To Kill a Mockingbird?
Chapter 25 Scout sees a roly-poly bug and goes to kill it. Jem stops her, saying the bug never did anything to harm her. Scout heeds his request and carefully takes the bug outside, noting internally that if anything, Jem is becoming more like a lady than she is.
Secondly, what happens in Chapters 25/27 in To Kill a Mockingbird? To Kill a Mockingbird Chapters 25-27 Its the middle of October and Mr. Bob Ewell finally gets a job, but he loses it in a blink of an eye, because of his laziness. He later blames Atticus for it. Meanwhile at Judge Taylor's house, he sees a shadow and goes to check it out and he sees the shadow creep away.
Also question is, what happens in Chapter 25 and 26 of To Kill a Mockingbird?
To Kill A Mockingbird: Novel Summary: Chapters 25-26. Chapter 25: On their way to Helen Robinson's place, Calpurnia and Atticus find Dill and Jem by the side of the road on their way from Barker's Eddy where they had been swimming. They stayed inside a long time, and Atticus came out alone.
Why is Jem so upset at the end of Chapter 26?
In chapter 26, when Scout tries to talk to Jem about Miss Gates she mentions the courthouse. Jem is still very upset about what happened to Tom Robinson. He believed that the jury would find Tom innocent because Atticus proved that he did not rape Mayella.