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    References to the Title in the Text References to the Title in the Text Presentation Transcript

    • TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD REFERENCES TO THE TITLE IN THE TEXT
    • Chapter 10 “…but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird”
      • For Christmas, Scout and Jem get two air rifles.
      • However, Atticus refuses to teach them how to shoot.
      • Miss Maudie explains why.
    • Chapter 10 “The trees were still, the mockingbirds were silent …”
      • Scout and Jem see a mad dog in the street.
      • He’s heading towards their house.
      • Calpurnia calls Mr. Finch.
      • Atticus kills the mad dog at the first shot.
    • Chapter 28 “in the darkness a solitary mocker poured out his repertoire”
      • Jem and Scout are going to the school pageant.
      • It’s very dark.
      • A mockingbird is singing his heart out.
      • He is perched on the Radleys’ tree.
    • Chapter 31 “Well, it’d be sort of like shootin’ a mockingbird, wouldn’t it?”
      • Scout and Jem are walking home after the school pageant.
      • They hear noises behind them.
      • It’s Bob Ewell: he assails them.
      • Boo Radley saves them.
    • Chapter 10 “That’s why it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird”