Scout does most of the direct characterization. In chapter 2, she describes her excitement for school to start soon.
Jem is Brave, Superstitious,Emotional, and Curious
Jem exposes his bravery at the moment when he takes Dill's dare to run and touch the Radley house. He also risks his own life to protect Scout from the Bob Ewell.
Jem believes in some mystical things. He even mentions the power of the Indian head penny.
When he is forced to read to Mrs. Dubose, he gets very angry. At her and Atticus. That also happens when he knows about the result of the trial. He loses his temper quite a few times.
Many times during the story, Jem simply cannot control his own curiosity. Apparently, it happens specially when dealing with Boo Radley. He fails to contact Boo, but he is incessant in his pursuit until the knothole is settled.
The pair of words most accurately describe how Atticus is characterized in To Kill a Mockingbird is D) wise and guiding.
In To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch is a lawyer and a father of two children, Jem and Scout. He is presented as a good father and a man that shows respect for his children and listens to them. Moreover, Atticus takes his time to explain his children what is the right thing to do in certain situations and why. In that way, he can be considered as a loving and patient man. Furthermore, Atticus demonstrates to be a wise man when he commits to defend an African-American man who has been unfairly accussed of raping a young girl.
“First of all,” he said, “if you can learn a simple trick, Scout, you’ll get along a lot better with all kinds of folks. 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.”
Explanation: This quote from Atticus Finch in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird is another example of indirect characterization. Atticus is a very compassionate character who is able to extend his empathy to every member of the community. We learn about the true nobility of his character through his actions, in defending a man no one else will believe is innocent, and through the strength of his words. This quote quite famously captures his facility for empathy.
question:#1: what is the simile that occurs in lines 43-47 (below)? give exact words for just the simile. #2: explain what frost means by this comparison.
it's when i'm weary of considerations, and life is too much like a pathless wood where your face burns and tickles with the cobwebs broken across it, and one eye is weeping from a twig's having lashed across it open
answer to question #1: the simile that occurs in the text given (lines 43-47) is: ''life is too much like a pathless ''
explanation: a simile is a comparison of one thing with another thing and it is used to make a vivid description. it uses like or as. in the text, we can understand that the person is feeling weary of considerations and because of this, the person compares ''life'' to ''a pathless wood''.
answer to question #2: in this text we can understand that the word frost could mean anger, annoyance and bitterness, due to the fact that the person is stating that he/she is feeling weary of considerations and compares life to a pathless wood.
explanation: the word frost means coldness and something covered by ice crystals but looking at the comparison made in this text, we can understand that the word frost could mean anger, annoyance and bitterness, due to the fact that the person is stating that he/she is feeling weary of considerations therefore he/she compares life to a pathless wood.
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