To Kill a Mockingbird

ending actions

in your opinion, did the sheriff and scout's father act properly in hiding the facts of the white man's death in light of this plea for justice and the tragic outcome of the court case? please, i need details supporting your thoughts! thanks!!! need ASAP

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I think they both acted properly. At first Atticus is conflicted. He abhors not disclosing the truth. In this case Mr.Tate had the right overall idea. Nothing good could come from publicizing what really happened. The attention would harm Boo Radley who is a recluse at the best of times. Bob Ewell was dead regardless and really not worth any more attention than he has already received.

They both acted properly. At first Atticus is conflicted.



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