I had seen Boo all alone, making his way home, so I decided to escort him. I had to opportunity to see the world from his eyes, while sitting on his front porch having a heart to heart with him. Because “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view . . . until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.”
We had a frightening event happening this evening; Bob Ewell attacked Jem and I with a knife. Out of nowhere, Boo Radley suddenly came out and killed Bob. Atticus spoke to the police and they decided not to charge Boo.
Lately Bob Ewell has been causing trouble; he left has been creeping around Judge Taylor’s home and has been stalking Helen Robinson. However, Link Deas threatens Bob, which made the stalking of Helen cease.
Today at school, our teacher was explaining how terrible it is in Germany during the holocaust. While leaving school that day, I asked Jem how she could talk about equality when she still against Tom Robinson and black people. Jem was mad at me for bringing up Tom’s trial.
Atticus interupts Aunt Alexandra’s afternoon tea with her missionary circle to tell Jem, Calpurnia and I that Tom Robinson had been shot seventeen times, trying to escape prison. He brought Calpurnia with him to tell his family the news.
After the loss of the trial, the black population of Maycomb left food on our porch. The town has been buzzing with gossip. If we walk outside, we get swarmed by people asking numerous questions.
During the trial, we noticed that the bruises are on Mayella’sface are on her right side. Tom Robinson cannot use his left hand, this proves that he is not abusing Mayella Ewell. However, Tom Robinson is proved guilty because he is black.