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 Current Search - balcony in To Kill a Mockingbird
1  Jem's hand, which was resting on the balcony rail, tightened around it.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 2: Chapter 17
2  In the balcony, the Negroes sat and stood around us with biblical patience.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 2: Chapter 21
3  All around us and in the balcony on the opposite wall, the Negroes were getting to their feet.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 2: Chapter 21
4  Reverend Sykes came puffing behind us, and steered us gently through the black people in the balcony.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 2: Chapter 16
5  It ended in a small shriveled hand, and from as far away as the balcony I could see that it was no use to him.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 2: Chapter 18
6  We raced back to the courthouse, up the steps, up two flights of stairs, and edged our way along the balcony rail.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 2: Chapter 20
7  The Colored balcony ran along three walls of the courtroom like a second-story veranda, and from it we could see everything.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 2: Chapter 16
8  For some reason Dill had started crying and couldn't stop; quietly at first, then his sobs were heard by several people in the balcony.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 2: Chapter 19
9  Mr. Braxton Underwood, who had been sitting quietly in a chair reserved for the Press, soaking up testimony with his sponge of a brain, allowed his bitter eyes to rove over the colored balcony, and they met mine.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 2: Chapter 18