To Kill a Mockingbird

To Kill a Mockingbird
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  • CHAPTER SEVEN
  • CHAPTER EIGHT
  • CHAPTER NINE
  • Scout starts second grade. Passing by the knothole tree, they see a ball of twine resting inside it. Scout and Jem decide to write a letter to their secret benefactor.
  • CHAPTER TEN
  • Maycomb gets a season it hadn't seen in a while: winter. Scout is terrified when she wakes up one morning to see white stuff pouring from the sky. Yep, it's snow.
  • CHAPTER ELEVEN
  • Scout is ready to fight Cecil Jacobs on the schoolyard when he says that her father defends "niggers". Scout is ready to fight Cecil Jacobs on the schoolyard when he says that her father defends "niggers". Scout then asks him if all lawyers defend Negroes, and he says that of course they do.
  • CHAPTER TWELEVE
  • Jem and Scout think their father super uncool, not to mention old. Atticus tells Jem that "it's a sin to kill a mockingbird". Although apparently bluejays are okay.
  • Now that Scout's a grown-up second-grader, tormenting Boo Radley seems like little kid stuff. The old woman hurls insults at them every time they pass her house, no matter how nice they are to her. Atticus comes home, and he's not happy.
  • Scout and Jim went to church with Calpurnia. To make things worse, Dill isn't coming for the summer. On Saturday night, Cal scrubs Scout down to her bare skin and makes sure that there's not a thread out of place on the kids' clothes.
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