Jem, Dill, and Scout venture out one night to try to see into Boo Radley's back window -- an adventure that leads to frightening results, especially for Jem.
Vocabulary All page numbers refer to the Warner Books Edition: December, 1982.
"At first we saw nothing but a kudzu-covered front porch...(P. 55)"
"...the ensuing contest to determine relative distances and respective prowess only made me feel left out again...(p. 55)."
" 'Don't get in a row of collards whatever you do, they'll wake the dead (p. 56).' "
"...a ramshackle porch ran the width of the house...(p. 57)."
"An old Franklin stove sat in a corner of the porch; above it a hat-rack mirror caught the moon and shone eerily (p. 57)."
"He put his arms over his head and went rigid (p. 58)."
"Respiration normal, the three of us strolled as casually as we could to the front yard (p. 58)."
"Atticus saved Dill from immediate dismemberment (p. 59)."
"...the chinaberry trees were malignant, hovering, alive (p. 60)."
"In the waning moonlight I saw Jem swing his feet to the floor (p. 60)."
"The moon was setting and the lattice-work shadows were fading into fuzzy nothingness (p. 61)."