To Kill a Mockingbird

3 main ideas of chapter 21


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Atticus doesn't mind that the children attend the trial. He thinks they need to experience the good and the ugliness of Maycomb. Aunt Alexandra is mortified.

Jury is taking a long time to deliberate. This means it isn't clear cut.

Jury returns with guilty verdict. Still all the blacks stand in respect of Atticus.