To Kill a Mockingbird

To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 16 question

Many view the veredict in the Tom Robinson Trial as the climax in To Kill a Mockingbird's plot. How does Harper Lee signal the importance of this event in her writing an in the way she constructed the plot?

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The virdict affects all the characters in the story. This includes the town itself. I think that is the major difference between the virdict and other events. The blacks in the courtroom, Jem, Scout, Atticus, the jury.....all are changed by this virdict.