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The finches live in the town Maycomb, Alabama. This takes place during the Great Depression and although most people were living a difficult life, the Finches were not. This is important because the narrator is talking about racism. (7)
In chapter 2 Scout attends school for the first time. Se says she knows how to read and write because of her father. (18)
In chapter 3, Scout begins to not feel well and goes outside after dinner. Attucks follows her out and asks her what is wrong. After she explains that she doesn't want to go to school and wants her father to home school her, Attucks tells her its the law. He tells her she has to take a few spoons of medicine and she tells the truth. (29)
After school one day, Scout passes the Radley's house. She notices some tin foil sticking out of the knothole on a tree. After reaching in and pulling out gum, she goes home to tell Jem. They go back on the last day of school and find two rare Indian pennies. (36)
Jem and Dill begin to get close during the beginning of chapter 6. Scout starts to feel left out and turns to their neighbor Miss Maudie Atkinson. (43)
Jem, Dill and Scout sneak to the Radley house. They creep around back and watch in the window. They see a man in a hat and flee. All the sudden they hear a gunshot. (56)
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