In "To Kill a Mockingbird", what is the simile for Judge Taylor's reaction in Tom Robinson's trial? it can't be a simile comparing to a human.AND IT HAS TO BE REACTIONS DURING TOM...

In "To Kill a Mockingbird", what is the simile for Judge Taylor's reaction in Tom Robinson's trial?

it can't be a simile comparing to a human.AND IT HAS TO BE REACTIONS DURING TOM ROBINSON'S COURT... THANK YOU!

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Judge Taylor tried to be as fair and balanced as a scale.

Judge Taylor hid his disappointment regarding the verdict as well as a cat who didn't catch a mouse.

Judge Taylor's disgust with Bob Ewell was as evident as spots on a leopard.

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