To Kill A Mockingbird Adversity Quotes

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In the beginning of, To Kill a Mockingbird, Scout is very small ant very knowledgeable about things Scout doesn’t even pay attention to what’s happening in Maycomb county. She doesn’t know that practically everyone hates each other. “When a child asks you something, answer him, for goodness’ sake. But don’t make a production of it. Children are children, but they can spot an evasion quicker than adults, and evasion simply muddles ‘em” (Lee 9). You can tell that Scout was very innocent in some things and she didn’t quit understand them. But this quotes explains to the audience, that when a child is curious about something or is asking you about something, you need to answer them. They’re children who are full of curiosity and when they notice something weird they try to find a way to answer the questions they have. In this quotes it explains how Scout began to wonder about things, she noticed that in Maycomb it was very difficult for people to get along because of the diversity. …show more content…

Atticus brought a female figure as an influence for Scout in her life. As we read, we can tell that Scout didn’t agree with her father, she didn’t like the idea, but she lied anyways. She’s growing up in the way where she is being able to think things through herself. She is able recognize that sometimes you don’t have to always tell the truth. There are times where you have to tell a little lie. And that is when she did not tell her father about how she felt about having Aunt Alexandria in her life. “I could have made several answers to this: Cal’s a girl, it would be many years before I would be interested in boys, I would never be interested in clothes… but I kept quiet” (Lee 180). Here in this quote you can tell that Scout is thinking why aunt Alexandra had to come stay with them, when Calpurnia is there. She is starting to have knowledge and think about how things are going to

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