After the trial and Tom Robinson’s death, Bob Ewell holds grudges on Atticus, Judge Taylor and, for no reason, Tom’s wife Helen.
He attempts Christian Doma to rob Judge Taylor and fails, he threatens to ‘chunk’ Helen.
The three main types of prejudice are racial, social and gender.
As Scout and Jem mature they both see all the evil that is in their small, old town of Maycomb, Alabama.
They continue to receive gifts such as a spelling bee medal and two soap dolls but one day when Jem was going to check the tree he saw Mr. Jem was very sentimental about this because he thought that Mr Radley was being cruel to Boo, not letting him communicate with anybody.
This is when the children began to believe that Boo was not the ghost that he believed to be. Tom Robinson, a Negro, was accused of raping a white woman, Mayella Ewell who is the daughter of Bob Ewell the nastiest man in Maycomb.
What he attempts to do to Atticus just for defending Tom Robinson is kill his kids, Scout and Jem, but in the end the life that is taken is of his own.
Bob Ewell’s hate for blacks lead to his own death, that’s how far he was willing to go.
Jem and Scout were scared out of ignorance, they believed everything they heard from other people but never actually had a hint of any knowledge about Boo Radley or why never comes out of his house.
They start to receive gifts from Boo although they don’t know it right away because it was in the knot of an old tree by the Radley lot.