The children spend several summers together throughout the novel.
They are fascinated by their reclusive neighbor, Boo Radley, and make it their mission to lure him from his house.
After the trail, Bob Ewell is furious with Atticus’s accusations and seeks revenge.
One night in the midst of a drunken rage, Bob Ewell tries to kill Scout and Jem.
Review the points in Step 6 to ensure the text does not contain any personal commentary and is written in present tense. Revise After you’ve checked for accuracy, you should (as with any piece of writing) revise it for style, grammar, and punctuation.
Once you’ve reviewed it yourself, try to find someone else willing to look it over, because another set of eyes may catch something you missed.
Focus on reading the original text without taking any notes.
The goal is to become familiar with the main idea of the piece while gaining insight into the author’s specific style and voice.
Suddenly, Boo Radley appears to save the children, killing Bob Ewell in the process.
The town’s sheriff turns a blind eye to Ewell’s murder and Scout walks Boo Radley home, never to see him again.