To Kill a Mockingbird

How does Atticus appear to feel about his own method of cross examining Mayella? Explain why this is so.

Chapter 18

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I think Atticus is pleased with his cross examination of Mayella. He treats her like a person, like a lady. He calls her Miss, he doesn't raise his voice, and unfortunately she doesn't know how to respond to his utter respect and kindness.


To Kill A Mockingbird/ Chapter 18