To Kill a Mockingbird

What conflict does Bob Ewell face? What is he doing to try and resolved that conflict? Chapter 27

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Mr. Ewell is again shown to be cowardly and evil, threatening those who can defend themselves least. Bob Ewell has been humiliated once again. This time he is shown to be worse than a drunken neglectful father. Even though the town refused to condemn Bob in the court of law, they know in their hearts what Bob has done to Mayella. Bob does the only thing he knows how to do. He goes after Helen Robinson and then the Finch children.