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What is the only time we are explicitly told that Atticus' eyes fill with tears in the novel?


When the jury returns the verdict of "guilty" and he walks out of the courthouse.


When he sees what's in the kitchen on the morning after the conclusion of the Tom Robinson trial.


When he listens to Tom Robinson give his testimony about what Mayella Ewell did and said to him.


When the children show up outside the jail where the mob is gathered one night before the trial.


When he finds out that the Cunninghams' relative on the jury wanted to vote "not guilty".

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