Trial from calpurnia's point of view.

Essay by orleansck April 2004

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That day was like any other day in my life. Except that miss Jean Louise and mister Jim, were really astonished about trial. At the court about Tom Robinson and of course that is very gloomy, but if they would spend more time with Atticus, maybe they wouldn't be that depressing and.... I think from the beginning, Atticus always had a sentiment that Tom will be find guilty. Remember I asked why, but he said that just people think that if they were born white that is giving them some privileges in that life. And they can't even recognize that we all were born free in the eyes of ...

-Calpurnia is pie ready?

-Almost, ma'am. When it will be ready, I will let miss Jean Louise bring it.

-Good, but check that she will wear a dress, like a lady.

Oh I am fully reflected and this "lady" she always want something and in no way want to do anything.

Just like Scout before school. But she has very good model right in front of. Atticus can teach her, how to understand people, but she is too pig-headedness.

-Hello Calpurnia! I am so tired. Yesterday me and Jem we were so upset. You know Cal I still can't understand why jury found him guilty, Atticus showed that Ewells was drunk and when he saw that Mayella was kissing Tom. And when Ewells called Mr. Tate and said that he raped her and why Atticus is so composed when Ewells spit him! If I would be on Atticus place I'm sure I would scold him..

-Miss Jean Louise you shouldn't use that kind of words, like rape, if you don't know what they mean. And thanks god you are not in Atticus shoes.

-I know what does that...