To Kill a Mockingbird

Chapter sixteen is devoted to setting the scene for the trial. What details let you know it is an important say for Maycomb?

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Basically everybody from town is there. As well, the town is filled with strangers from neighbouring towns and beyond. Scout notes there is almost a "carnival" like feeling to it all. Unfortunately the situation is very grim and sad.