Atticus's Point of View of Bob Ewell's death: "I always knew that Bob Ewell was not the nicest man ever, but I have lost all of my respect for him. After he had the audacity to target my kids and try to kill them, I did not know how to respond, quite frankly. I am happy my children are alright, however. I say you should never hate someone, even if they are terrible, rotten people. I may have to make an exception this time because he put my children's lives in danger which is not he should have handled it. If he was a mature adult, he would have come to me and discuss the issues he had with me or in general. But he obviously is still an immature child who feels the need to stalk children, rape HIS children, and strongly believe in white superiority. I'm getting a bid ahead of myself, I should not have said I hate Bob, I guess my emotions just came over me. I do really love Jem and Scout and seeing them get hurt is the last thing I ever want to see. The fact that Bob broke Jem's arm and made him lose unconsciousness in unbelievable! I am just thanking a God or something that my family, or the town of Maycomb in general, do not have to worry about Bob Ewell running around and making raucous."