He is good, courageous, brave and trustworthy. He sees Tom as guilty because African Americans were discriminated. By accusing Tom of rape, Bob Ewell gets his 15 minutes of fame in Maycomb and assumes the trial will paint him to be some sort of a local hero. Tom says-Tom walks past the Ewell house everyday. They tried and stick a note through. However, Bob is unwilling to put forth the effort necessary to change his family's lot and Mayella doesn't have the resources to change her own life.
She reaches out to Tom Robinson for physical and emotional affection, but when that backfires, she joins her father in accusing him of rape. His family life is less than ideal, and he tends to resort to escapism when confronted with difficult situations. In an attempt to gain some power in a shabby, pitiful existence, Mayella costs a man his life. The implications of being found guilty of such a crime would almost certainly have been the enforcement of the death penalty. I say guilt, gentlemen, because it was guilt that motivated her. Well, when we put it like that, it's probably not enhanced at all. However, as she gets older, Scout does learn some tact.
Jem Jeremy Finch Scout's older brother, who is nearly ten at the beginning of the story. The problems Mayella faces are more severe than needed to be relatable. Boo Radley, Jem's family, and the Tom Robinson trial, shape Jem into what he becomes by the end of the book. Mayella had multiple motives for falsely accusing Tom Robinson of her rape. Despite this, Jem still ran past it every day for school, because of the rumors surrounding Boo.
However, she breaks a social taboo by trying to seduce Tom, then reacts with cowardice by accusing him of rape and perjuring against him in court. Coming out the the Kavanaugh hearings, the left is telling us that all women need to be believed and that they have no reason to lie. It also has one of 'those' families, the bottom of the barrel type that makes other citizens cringe. Ewell killed himself by falling on his knife. He feels sorry for her because it seems like none of her brothers or sisters help.
For the fictional town of Maycomb in To Kill a Mockingbird, this is the Ewell family. Later, when Heck explains that Bob was really k … illed by Boo Arthur Radley, Atticus accepts the sheriff's portrayal of Bob's death in order to protect Boo. She earneslty tries to pass along this information to Scout, who is not particularly interested. But as usual the Ewells were justthe opposite, they did not tell the truth on a consistent basis,and it wasted a human life. Neither care that Tom Robinson will be killed if the court finds him guilty of rape.
The fact Scout says that Atticus would not want her talking to him is amazing. Hence the many plots he came up with to try and bring Boo out the Radley house. Burris Ewell is a very minor character. Scout grows through her encounter with Dolphus Raymond outside the courthouse during the trial. Burris Ewell is the boythat only goes to the first day of school and calls the teacher aslut. He knows she feels guilty about lying.
He drinks heavily and spends his relief checks on whiskey rather than food for his family. He is deeply moved by Scout's friendly words when she tries to diffuse the situation, and as a result leads the rest of the men in going home. Instead of improving his life, Ewell cements his family's horrible reputation once and for all. This causes the suffering of innocent people like Desdemona, Emilia, Cassio and Roderigo. Mayella accused Tom because she was forced to by her father, Bob Ewell and because that man is her father. In an attempt to attain power in a shabby, pitiful, existence, Mayella costs an impeccable man his life.
Tom ran away as fast as he could becauseeven though he was not guilty, he fe … lt it not safe to remain. As you well know, Mayella's actions have significant consequences. Tom Robinson, a human being. What was the evidence of her offense? She grabbed Tom, hugged him and started kissing him. She still stands by her accusations during the trial regardless of this fact.