To Kill a Mockingbird

how did atticus explain bob ewlls provocation behavior? why do you think he told this to his children

chapters 23 trough 25

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Atticus understood that Bob was humiliated in front of the town; his fifteen minutes of fame were up. Bob needed something to save face and get attention. Atticus simply tells his kids the truth, he always has.