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  • First Day Of School
  • Nome thank you ma'am.
  • Here's a quarter. Go and eat downtown today. You can pay me back tomorrow.
  • The Knot hole
  • Indian-heads. Nineteen-six and Scout, one of 'em's nineteen-hundred. These are real old.
  • The Radley House
  • This day is very important for the purpose of the story and for Scout. It starts Scouts dislike of school and learning and displays how Walter Cunningham thinks. Because his family is poor and he knows that he could never pay her back he objects to taking the quarter.
  • Sin to kill a mockingbird
  • I'd rather you shot at tin cans in the back yard, but I know you'll go after birds. Shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird.
  • The knot hole is very important to Jem and Scout in the first part of the book. It gets them even more curious about making Boo Radley come out.
  • Tim Johnson
  • This run down house is an essential part to the first events of the book. It is Boo Radley's prison and the scene of many of Jem, Scout and Dill's many adventures.
  • Mrs. Dubose
  • This is the most important saying in the whole book. It even gives it its title too. At the end of this paragraph Atticus's brother Jack says "Your father's right," "Mockingbirds don't do one thing but make music for us to enjoy." Atticus says that when Jem and Scout get bb-guns for Christmas.
  • The scene with Tim Johnson is a minor one but still very important. Because it gives Scout and Jem insight into Atticus's life and now they know more about him and how he was a dead shot.
  • Mrs. Dubose is a cranky old woman with a bad attitude. She yells insults at anyone who passes by her old house. When a thing she says hits home with Jem he goes ballistic and chops all her camellia bushes up. As punishment Jem has to read to her to help her beat her morphine addiction. After she beats it she dies.
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