Radley is waiting outside with his gun so he can shoot at the next sound he hears. Although he could choose to turn away from destiny, he chooses instead to embrace it. Because of cultural prejudice against Jewish lawyers, these lawyers were pushed into a certain sector of the legal profession in New York.
Chapter 6 Paulsen recalls a number of mysteries—"unexplainable, out-of-place" events—that he experienced during his sojourns in the woods.
Suddenly, they see the shadow of a man with a hat on and flee, hearing a shotgun go off behind them. Stevenson writes that his caseload at the time made it difficult for him to have a social life, and that many of his clients became his friends, especially Walter.
The entire section is words. As Kino attempts to flee the scene of his crime a new calamity starts up. The trackers bullet had found its mark in Coyotito, and the little boy was dead. Worried for the safety of his family, he makes his way to the brush house, which he finds ablaze.
Borgenicht, with experience in clothing and manufacturing, move to New York from Europe in search of a better life. Chapter 4 The rest of the school year passes grimly for Scout, who endures a curriculum that moves too slowly and leaves her constantly frustrated in class.
Even though Winston now has an ally in Julia, he is still essentially alone in his thinking. Gladwell gives us an overview of what he has just argued. Hordes of men rush him, and he is able to stab one of them, but they continue to assault him, feeling around his body for the pearl. Enraged, Kino follows her into the night.
Although Juana had agreed that she would go with Kino to the capital to sell the pearl, when he hears a shuffling noise in the night he opens his eyes and watches as Juana stealthily unburies the pearl, and slips out the door.
One man gets up and fires his rifle in an effort to quiet whatever is making the noise. Adversity turned into opportunity. Minnie surprises Stevenson with news that their extended family is waiting to meet him nearby. However, this incident gives Jem the idea for their next game: Kino points out that the family would not have been terrorized if the pearl was indeed useless.
In the s, because of the hardships of the Great Depression, people stopped having children. However, he is lying. All went well until the baby grouse were old enough to fly. Now in possession of the weapon Kino strikes one tracker with it, and shoots the remaining man.
Late that night, Jem sneaks out to the Radley Place, and retrieves his pants. As Juana rushes back to the brush house, Kino heads to the shore to get the canoe ready for their journey.
Hawk finally mellowed when the baby grouse grew up and returned to the wild, but it was a long time before anyone—human and animal alike—could venture across the yard without looking over their shoulder when she was present.
Borgenicht was his own boss, doing engaging, complicated work, and being rewarded for his efforts. At the church, they find a group of schoolchildren on a picnic. Unlock This Study Guide Now Start your hour free trial to unlock this page Woodsong study guide and get instant access to the following: The children return home, where they encounter a collection of neighborhood adults, including Atticus, Miss Maudie, and Miss Stephanie Crawford, the neighborhood gossip.
Paulsen was at a complete loss as to how to explain the random, violent encounter. Stevenson illustrates the strength of marginalized communities and the sacrifice and collaboration that goes into creating a better future for future generations.
This chapter also highlights the differences between Winston and Julia. Summer comes at last, school ends, and Dill returns to Maycomb. Now, he is experiencing it first hand. When he reaches it, however, he finds it in ruins.
When Ponyboy wakes, he is in an ambulance, accompanied by one of the schoolteachers, Jerry Wood. Gladwell continues to build on the idea that, when it comes to success, it matters where we come from.
They apologize that they have no money and they offer to give Stevenson whatever they have, but Stevenson explains that EJI is a nonprofit. Juana is horrified, and realizes that life she had been trying to salvage by discarding the pearl was gone forever. Kino leaps for the man, and slits his throat.Free summary and analysis of Chapter 5 in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men that won't make you snore.
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