1 of 25
When Alexandra hosts a gathering of the ladies in Maycomb to celebrate Jean Louise’s visit, what is this gathering called?

2 of 25
When Jean Louise visits her childhood home, what type of business is now in the building?

3 of 25
What is the hymn called that the Methodist congregation sings every week at collection time?

4 of 25
Where is the nearest train station to Maycomb, Alabama?

5 of 25
How did Jean Louise’s brother, Jem, die?

6 of 25
Where does Jean Louise sit when she sneaks into the courthouse to watch the meeting of the Maycomb County Citizens’ Council?

7 of 25
Who is Zeebo?

8 of 25
What does Jean Louise lose at the Commencement Dance?

9 of 25
Why doesn’t Alexandra live with her husband?

10 of 25
What is the title of the racist pamphlet that Jean Louise finds in Atticus’s house?

11 of 25
When Jean Louise is in sixth grade, why does she think that she’s pregnant?

12 of 25
What is “missionary vanilla”?

13 of 25
What do Jean Louise and Henry do at Finch’s Landing that scandalizes the town?

14 of 25
When Jean Louise climbs the water tower to get ready to jump off, who rescues her?

15 of 25
What is Atticus’s main physical ailment that has developed over the past few years?

16 of 25
What is Uncle Jack’s primary activity, now that he is retired from being a doctor?

17 of 25
Where does the phrase “Go set a watchman” come from?

18 of 25
What is Jean Louise’s childhood nickname?

19 of 25
Who does Jean Louise expect is going to pick her up from the train station when she arrives from New York City?

20 of 25
What type of town event do Jean Louise, Jem, and Dill re-enact by Miss Rachel’s fishpool?

21 of 25
Who is Miss Rachel?

22 of 25
In Go Set a Watchman, what does Jean Louise say the outcome of the trial of the one-armed black man was?

23 of 25
Why does Atticus want to take Zeebo’s son’s court case?

24 of 25
How can Jean Louise tell that Calpurnia is using company manners?

25 of 25
What sport did Jem play in high school?