I'm wondering, is anybody else
bothered by Atticus' hypocrisy at the end of the novel.
Well, is Mr. due process
when it comes to Tom Robinson,
then as soon as Bob Ewell gets stabbed,
he's willing to buy into the sheriff's cover-up.
He was protecting Boo Radley.
From what, the justice system?
Atticus is an officer of the court,
and he's conspiring to cover up a crime.
And he's willing to let his own son take the fall
for something that Boo Radley did?
It was a trade.
What was a trade?
Mr. Ewell would have killed those kids.
Boo saved them.
And Atticus was still feeling guilty over Tom Robinson,
so... he offered Jem to take Boo's place,
almost like a sacrifice. Oh. Very noble.
算是种牺牲吧 哦 真高尚
Too bad Jem was unconscious.
You think he might have had a different opinion?
No, Jem would have said yes.
You're sure about that?
He was brought up right.
at the end of:
I arrived at the end of april.
Turn right at the end of the road.
The bill came to $20.
When it comes to German, I know nothing.
When she came to, she could not, for a moment, recognize the surroundings.
The house came to him when his parents passed away.
They have come to a decision.
Mr. tanaka wants to buy into our company.
Why are people so eager to buy into organic food?
Cover yourself up well. It's cold outside.
He had forgotten to have the machine covered up.
How can you cover up your mistake?
The police report was nothing but a cover-up.
Good families will bring up good children to become law-abiding members of society.
She is determined to bring up the children by herself.