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Scout is told that she is not allowed to be "taught" by Atticus anymore and that it affects her teaching.
This is where Scout decides to stay in the house and talk to Calpurnia. Scout also helps cook and the two bond. Which shows that scout has changed.
Dill runs away from home and goes to see Scout the two have a discussion about what they want in life and tell each other that they love each other. Which shows once again that Scout is changing into a different person and growing up.
"Just what I said. Grandma says it's bad enough he lets you all run wild, but now he's turned out a nigger lover we'll never be able to walk in the streets of Maycomb agin. He's ruinin' the family, that's what he's doin'."
Aunt Alexandra and Scout talk about how girls should act and how Scout needs to act like a young lady.
"Whats the matter? Aunt Alexandra asked, alarmed by the look on my father's face. Toms dead." After Atticus told scout and Aunt Alexandra they both put a smile on and acted like nothing happened. This shows Scouts personality has changed.
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