To Kill a Mockingbird

What are three significant events in the novel and why?

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There are so many, it is difficult to narrow them down to three. Still, here are my picks:

Atticus explains to Uncle Jack why he is taking the Tom Robinson case. (chapter 9)

Tom Robinson was found guilty. (chapter 21)

Boo saves Scout and Jem by killing Bob Ewell (Chapter 28)