To Kill a Mockingbird

Who are the Ewells, and why are they treated differently from others? Identify the “certain privileges” they get.

/who are the Ewells, and whhy are they treated differtly from others? identify the '' certsain privileges'' they get.

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The Ewells are a poverty striken family that live in a shack near the town dump. Bob Ewell is an unemployed, widower with nine children, who drinks away his relief checks. The family is afforded "certain priviledges" because without leeway.... the children would have nothing.


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