To Kill a Mockingbird: Chapter 5
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At the beginning of Chapter 5, Jem and Dill started to exclude Scout out of activities, so that made Scout spend more time with Miss Maudie, a neighbor who grew up with Atticus.
Because he doesn't want to Scout.
Scout asked Miss Maudie why Boo never comes out of the house, she said that he doesn't want to, and that he was always a polite boy.
How come Boo never comes out of the house?
The next day Jem and Dill get Scout to help them try to slip a note through the window of the Radley house, But Atticus catches them and tells them to stop bothering Mr. Radley.
Stop bothering Mr. Radley!
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