To Kill a Mockingbird

compare and contrast the behavior of the white spectators to the black spectators

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THe day of the trial has a circus atmosphere. The whites treat the trial as an amusement. There is much gossip and recrimination of black people. The trial is a sombre occasion for the black spectators. They are forced to sit in the hot balcony but remain respectful even when the jury is clearly slanted towards Bob Ewell.