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In chapter 12, Calpurnia takes Jem and Scout to her segregated church. While there, another colored woman targets Calpurnia for bringing two white children with her, implying they should leave. They end up staying and Jem and Scout realize the differences between their church and a segregated church. Scout says, 'When Lula came up the pathway toward us Calpurnia said, "Stop right there, nigger." Lula stopped, but she said, "You ain't got no business bringin' whit chillun here- they got their church, we got our'n. It is our church, ain't it, Miss Cal?" ' (Lee 135)
I feel like Aunt Alexandra coming to live with Scout, Jem, Atticus, and Calpurnia was the most important scene in chapter 13. She showed up unexpectedly from the kids' point of view and was very forceful when it came to how she thought the kids should behave and how Atticus should handle them. Aunt Alexandra says, "Well, your father and I decided it was time I came to stay with you for a while." Scout says, ' "For awhile" in Maycomb meant anything from three days to thirty years. Jem and I exchanged glances.' (Lee 144).
In chapter 14, Dill ran away from his home and eventually found himself in Maycomb underneath Scout's bed. This is important because it was very unexpected and seeing that he is not supposed to be there, we're not sure if he will get to stay. Scout says, "Suddenly a filthy brown package shot from under the bed. Jem raised the broom and missed Dill's head by an inch when it appeared. ...We watched Dill emerge by degrees." (Lee 158).
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