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  • "Just touch it already."
  • I'll show them.
  • "A B C D E..."
  • "Tell your father to stop teaching you. It will interfere with your reading."
  • "Hush your mouth!"
  • "He ain't company, Cal, he's just a Cunningham"
  • In this scene, Jem is proving to Dill that he is willing to take his bet by touching the Radley's house. This is important because it helps us to characterize Jem as well as see our first interaction with the Radley's. This scene is on page 19.
  • "Scout, get away from there, come on!"
  • Where am I?
  • In this scene, Scout is reciting the alphabet while Miss Caroline looks at her with frustration because she knew someone had been teaching her. This is important because it gives the reader insight into how Miss Caroline wants to run her class and how Scout is smarter than most in her grade. This scene is found on page 21 and 22.
  • "Miss Maudie, do you think Boo Radley's still alive?" "His name's Arthur and he's alive,"
  • In this scene, Scout is talking down to Walter Cunningham because of the way he is eating. This is an important scene because Scout learns the lesson that you should treat others with respect no matter who they are or what their family history is like. This scene is found on page 29.
  • "Fence by the schoolyard!--hurry, Scout!"
  • In this scene, Scout is confused after falling out of a tire she was being rolled in. She quickly realized that she was in front of the Radley's house. This is an important scene because it would lead to giving Scout the idea of trying to get Boo Radley to come out of the Radley's house. This scene is on page 42.
  • In this scene, Scout is sitting on Miss Maudie's porch while she is in her rocking chair (or closest thing I could find to one) and Scout asks Miss Maudie if Boo Radley is alive. Miss Maudie then gives details about Boo Radley and gives us his real name, Arthur. This is important because it furthers Scout's desire to meet Boo and drives her even more to contact him. This can be found on page 47 and 48.
  • In this scene, Scout, Jem, and Dill all decide to sneak out in order to get close to the Radley's house. This leads to them seeing a dark, shadowy figure so they run away. On the way out, Scout trips and falls and they then hear a gunshot afterwards. This is important because it confirms all of their fears about the Radley house and the owner of it. It also leads to later events in the novel. This scene is found on page 58.
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