To Kill a Mockingbird Close Reading Worksheet (Chapter 20)

To Kill a Mockingbird Close Reading Worksheet (Chapter 20)
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This close reading worksheet helps students analyze Atticus's closing remarks in chapter 20 of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird. It includes seven multiple choice questions. An answer key is provided.

The following is addressed:

♦ "I have nothing in my heart but pity..."

♦ A "rigid and time-honored code..."

♦ A suggestion of Mayella's motives

♦ The ignorance and arrogance of the Ewells

♦ Evil assumptions

♦ The idea of all men being created equal

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