What happens in chapter 14 of To Kill a Mockingbird that could be drawn?What kind of pictures should I draw? (it's a school project and I don't know what to draw)  

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One of the most important scenes from chapter 14 is the conversation between Atticus, Alexandra, and Scout when  they find out that the children went to Calpurnia’s church.  This would be relatively easy to draw a picture of.

For a big man, Atticus could get up and down from a chair faster than anyone I ever knew. He was on his feet. "Apologize to your aunt," he said.

"I didn't ask her, I asked you-" (ch 14)

This is a significant scene because it demonstrates the power play in the Finch household.  Atticus and Alexandra disagree on how to raise the children, and the children are not used to minding Alexandra.  Then there is the struggle between Alexandra and Calpurnia, because she does not think the maid should remain while she is there while Atticus feels that she is part of the family.

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