To Kill a Mockingbird

There is terrible irony in the fact that Bob Ewell considers himself better than his black nieghbors. List the way the authors shows this.

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The irony is about the way Bob Ewell conducts himself in society. Unlike the blacks in Maycomb, Bob thwarts the law. He hunts out of season and depends on welfare and charity without wanting to do a bit of work. On top of that, he does unspeakable things to his children.