To Kill a Mockingbird

Compare and contrast the behavior of the white segregated to that of the black spectators.

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Certainly the blacks held much more humility and patience than the white spectators. The blacks were hot in the balcony and had to sit calmly through racist slander from Bob Ewell and his lawyer. The whites on the floor were more agitated and interested in the spectacle of it all.