Subject: Re: To Kill a Mockingbird
On question 25 in chapter 11, I don't understand how Ivanhoe relates to this chapter, so I am unsure how to answer it correctly. I know that Ivanhoe is a story about bringing people together and I know that in this chapter the children are being brought together with Mrs. Dubose, but I am unsure how to connect the two together...
Another awesome question! Here is a quick summary: “The legendary Robin Hood, initially under the name of Locksley, is also a character in the story, as are his "merry men". The character that Scott gave to Robin Hood in Ivanhoe helped shape the modern notion of this figure as a cheery noble outlaw” (Wikipedia).
Could you consider any of the kiddos as “outlaws” or as doing something that everyone else doesn’t do? (Racist beliefs?? They don’t think like everyone else, do they?) Does Mrs. D think they are “outlaws” even though we know they are noble?
Hope that helps!