To Kill a Mockingbird

To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 21

Why, do you think, does the jury take so long in their deliberation? How does Scout know their verdict before they announce it to the courthouse?

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The jury deliberated longer than anyone thought because Atticus' work had presented the truth of the situation,and some people in the jury were fighting for the right.

When the jury returns. Scout notices that not a single member of the jury looks at Tom, and she takes this as a bad sign.


The jury took so long because of Tom's large lack of virginity and stuff.