What Neighbor Became Stuck In The Window Of Miss Maudies Burning House?
- 1 Who was hurt climbing through the window of the burning house TKAM?
- 2 Which neighbor’s house burned down TKAM?
- 3 What happened while Scout watches Miss Maudie’s house burn down?
- 4 What happens to Miss Moody’s house?
- 5 What secret does Jem reveal to Scout?
- 6 Who gets stuck in Miss Maudie’s window?
- 7 Why does Miss Maudie hate her house?
- 8 Why did Jem cry at the end of Chapter 7?
- 9 Who is Miss Maudie staying with now?
- 10 What does Boo Radley do during the night of the fire?
- 11 Was Atticus’s house on fire?
- 12 Why is Miss Maudie not upset?
- 13 Why does Atticus take the children out of the house at 1 00 am?
- 14 What lesson does Uncle Jack learn from Scout?
Who was hurt climbing through the window of the burning house TKAM?
Avery began climbing through the window. 99 “Scout, he’s stuck…” breathed Jem.
Which neighbor’s house burned down TKAM?
Miss Maudie’s house is on fire. The neighbors help her save her furniture, and the fire truck arrives in time to stop the fire from spreading to other houses, but Miss Maudie’s house burns to the ground.
What happened while Scout watches Miss Maudie’s house burn down?
In Chapter 8, Miss Maudie’s house catches on fire and Atticus wakes his children to tell them to stand in the Radley yard as a precaution. Scout and Jem watch as Maudie’s neighbors attempt to save her furniture and belongings from the flames. Eventually, Maudie’s house collapses from the fire.
What happens to Miss Moody’s house?
The answer is that Miss Maudie’s house burns down. The Finch kids are rousted out of bed and made to go outside so that they will not get caught inside their own house if the fire spreads. The next morning Jem and Scout go and talk to Miss Maudie.
What secret does Jem reveal to Scout?
Jem reveals to Scout what happened on the night that he got his pants caught in the Radleys’ fence in chapter seven. Scout knew that he had gone back for his pants, but when he came back that night with the pants, he didn’t say anything about what had happened next.
Who gets stuck in Miss Maudie’s window?
Avery gets stuck in Maudie’s upstairs window attempting to save her mattress. Fortunately, Mr. Avery escapes from the home without being seriously injured. The men of Maycomb selflessly risk their well being to help Miss Maudie.
Why does Miss Maudie hate her house?
One of the main reasons Miss Maudie claims to have hated her old home is because she has an affinity for being outside and gardening. Miss Maudie cannot stand being cooped up in her home and would prefer to spend the majority of her waking hours outside.
Why did Jem cry at the end of Chapter 7?
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.
Who is Miss Maudie staying with now?
Eventually, however, the fire is brought under control and extinguished. In chapter 8, Atticus tells the children that Miss Maudie will stay with Miss Stephanie Crawford, another neighbor who Scout knows is “the neighborhood scold” (ch 1).
What does Boo Radley do during the night of the fire?
What does Boo Radley do during the night of the fire? He drapes a blanket over Scout’s shoulders. He steals a pair of Jem’s pants. He makes a snowman for Scout and Jem.
Was Atticus’s house on fire?
Unusually, the winter is particularly cold and it begins to snow. Scout has never seen snow before and the children try to build a snowman. That evening Miss Maudie’s house catches fire and is completely destroyed.
Why is Miss Maudie not upset?
When her house is destroyed, Miss Maudie does not mourn over her loss. The things she lost were just possessions which could be replaced. She was glad no one was hurt and that the fire did not spread.
Why does Atticus take the children out of the house at 1 00 am?
Why does Atticus take the children out of the house at 1:00 A.M.? Miss Maudie’s house is on fire and Atticus thinks the children would be safer outside than in the house. He is afraid the fire might spread to their home. Atticus is to defend a member of Calpurnia’s church.
What lesson does Uncle Jack learn from Scout?
Scout teaches Uncle Jack to listen to both sides before punishing a child, and Atticus adds that you should tell a child the truth when he or she asks a question. When Scout gets into a fight with her cousin Francis, Uncle Jack spanks her. When she is upset, he is surprised.