If you had a chance to talk & ask each character in a question, what would it be (Bob's point of view)If you had a chance to talk & ask each character in the novel a question, what would you...

If you had a chance to talk & ask each character in a question, what would it be (Bob's point of view)

If you had a chance to talk & ask each character in the novel a question, what would you want to know and what question would you ask?

Bob Ewell point of view (if you are Bob's character), what would you ask to- Judge Taylor, Aunt Alexandra, Dolphus Raymond, Mayella Ewell, Tom Robinson, Atticus, Jem, Miss Caroline, Sheriff Tate, Mr. Cunningham, Miss Maudie, Calpurnia, Rev. Sykes, Boo Radley, Dill, and Scout

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bullgatortail | High School Teacher | (Level 1) Distinguished Educator

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I'm sure Bob would have some choice words with Dolphus Raymond about having a black mistress and spending his time with his black friends. Bob would probably tell Dolphus that it serves him right for having his fiance blow her head off with a shotgun when she found out about Dolphus' mistress.

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I am sure Bob Ewell would ask Mayella what she was thinking by inviting a black man into their home. Ewell is such a racist that he couldn't possibly see the kindness of Tom Robinson. I am sure that he wouldn't be able to actually listen to anything Mayella said in her defense -- he would probably be hitting her even as he asked the question.

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I'm sure that if I were Bob Ewell I would want to ask Atticus why he is "persecuting" me and making my life miserable, and I would want to ask Judge Taylor why he did not put a stop to this obvious "miscarriage of justice." Of course, being Bob Ewell, I'm sure I would throw in a few cuss words and other kinds of unsavory language, and I am sure I would speak in the most self-righteous tone possible.

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