- 1 Why does Calpurnia’s church have to line their hymns?
- 2 How did the people in Calpurnia’s church sing if they couldn’t read?
- 3 Why doesn’t Calpurnia’s church have any hymn books?
- 4 How did they sing the hymns at first purchase church?
- 5 Why does Atticus go down to the jail?
- 6 Why did Atticus quit hunting?
- 7 What was Atticus nickname?
- 8 How old is Atticus?
- 9 Where does Scout find dill?
- 10 Why will no one hire Tom’s wife?
- 11 Why doesn’t Atticus take Jem and Scout to church?
- 12 Why did Calpurnia’s church collect ten dollars?
- 13 What does the end of Chapter 13 in To Kill a Mockingbird mean?
- 14 Why did the pastor lock the doors to the church?
- 15 Who leads the singing at Calpurnia’s church?
Why does Calpurnia’s church have to line their hymns?
In Calpurnia’s church, when one person speaks the line of a song so the rest of the chorus knows what to sing. Singing hymns without hymn books and musical instruments. It is done because very few of the people at church can read.
How did the people in Calpurnia’s church sing if they couldn’t read?
The congregation at Calpurnia’s church sing their hymns by lining, which is repeating the words and music sung by the hymn-leader. They did not have hymn-books because most of the congregation could not read.
Why doesn’t Calpurnia’s church have any hymn books?
After the service, Calpurnia explains that First Purchase does not have any hymnals because the vast majority of the congregation is illiterate. Calpurnia is one of just of three members who can read and write in her church.
How did they sing the hymns at first purchase church?
How do the people at First Purchase sing hymns without hymn books or instruments? A person at the front sings a line, and the rest of the church sings it after him.
Why does Atticus go down to the jail?
Atticus goes to the jail that night to protect Tom Robinson from potential harm. Scout, Jem, and Dill protect Atticus by following him there. Jem refuses to leave when he sees that the men are threatening his father.
Why did Atticus quit hunting?
Atticus is a tolerant, sympathetic man who exercises humility. The fact that he stopped shooting because he felt it was unfair displays his empathy toward other living beings.
What was Atticus nickname?
In fact, he reminds Atticus of his nickname – “One-shot Finch.”
How old is Atticus?
In To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch is nearly fifty when he is first appointed to defend Tom Robinson.
Where does Scout find dill?
Scout finds Dill under her bed. 2. In one night Atticus had dealt with Scout’s questions about the word rape, had broken up a fight between Scout and Jem, and had dealt with the runaway Dill.
Why will no one hire Tom’s wife?
Because Helen Robinson’s husband, Tom, has been accused of raping Mayella Ewell, the town doesn’t want anything to do with Helen because it would look as if they were sympathetic to Tom Robinson’s plight.
Why doesn’t Atticus take Jem and Scout to church?
Why doesn’t Atticus take Jem & Scout to church in Chapter 12? He thinks they are too old for it. He is away at a meeting with the State Legislature. He is back in Maycomb and he kisses Scout.
Why did Calpurnia’s church collect ten dollars?
He then tells the congregation that there is not enough money and that they must collect ten dollars. Reverend Sykes then mentions that the collection is for Helen Robinson and her children. Afterward, Scout asks Reverend Sykes why the congregation was donating money to Helen and her family.
What does the end of Chapter 13 in To Kill a Mockingbird mean?
Atticus tries to explain the concept of “gentle breeding,” which basically means that wealthy families marry other wealthy families. Since the Finches are the aristocratic class of Maycomb, that means that Scout and Jem should try to “live up to” their name and act like Finches.
Why did the pastor lock the doors to the church?
Why does Reverend Sykes order the doors of the church shut? The doors of the church were shut so ten dollars could be collected for Tom Robinson’s wife and children.
Who leads the singing at Calpurnia’s church?
Zeebo, Calpurnia’s son, is the music superintendent at First Purchase. It is his job to lead the congregation in song. He stands up and is “carrying a battered hymn-book” (To Kill a Mockingbird, Chapter 12). He turns to face the congregation.