To Kill a Mockingbird

Why is there a crowd of men in front of the Finch house?

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The crowd that gathers in front of Atticus' home is worried about Tom Robinson's trial and safety. This gathering is all about a fair trial and safety in the community. It is not a hostile gathering, but rather a concerned gathering of community members.


To Kill A Mockingbird