Angry about the outcome of the case, Bob Ewell spits in the face of Atticus who was defending Tom Robinson. Atticus responds to the spit and threats with calm empathy.
- What is the benefit of being slow to anger?
- Why was Atticus able to not respond in a impulsive manner?
- How does his response strengthen his case?
- How can you learn to control your actions, instead of acting based off your emotions?