How does Jem feel after the trial?

How does Jem feel after the trial?

After the verdict, Jem leaves the courtroom stunned, angry, and crying. Atticus tells Jem not to be disheartened because he will appeal Tom’s case, and they stand a much better chance of winning on appeal.

Why has Jem been crying?

In Chapter Seven, Jem cries when he realizes that Mr. Radley cemented the knot-hole in the tree, not because it was dying, but because he aimed to keep Boo from leaving the children gifts. This is one more example of how the Radley’s cut Boo off from the world.

Why is Jem so devastated by the verdict?

Why is Jem so upset over the verdict? He knows it isn’t fair and he thinks is part Atticus’ fault. What do Tom Robinson’s friends and family leave for Atticus? Why doesn’t Atticus want them to send gifts?

Why is Jem so upset by the verdict?

Why was Jem so upset about the verdict? He though the people of Maycomb were fair and that justice would be served. He knew with the evidence that Tom was innocent, but the people decided that Tom was guilty because he was a colored man. What does Atticus mean when he says it “seems that only children weep”?

Why does Jem cry after the knot hole was cemented?

Jem cries because Boo’s father, Nathan Radley, had cemented up the hole in the tree. Jem cries not just because there will be no more presents forthcoming but also (and especially) because this cuts off the children’s contact with their new “phantom friend,” Boo.

Why is Jem crying at the beginning of the chapter Chapter 22?

Why did Jem cry? He cried because it wasn’t fair that the Tom should be convicted of something he didn’t do, and the jruy knew he didn’t do this and yet they still sentenced him to death.

Why does Jem cry at the end of Chapter 7?

Jem cries at the end of chapter 7 because he realizes all his life when he said how mean Boo was, is was complete and utter lies. Boo was being mistreated the whole time, and no one will help him.

Why did Jem cry about the trial of Tom Robinson?

What does Calpurnia note say?

What does Calpurnia’s note say? It says that Jem and Scout were missing. Why is Jem so certain that Tom Robinson would be acquitted? He thinks that the jury would decide the case on the evidence, not on their prejudices.

Why does Jem cry at the beginning of Chapter 22?

Why did Nathan cement the knot hole?

Nathan Radley put cement in the knothole? He covered it with cement because the “tree was dying”, but really it was to stop Jem and Scout from putting things in it.

Why did Jem cry at the end of Chapter 22?

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