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Emotional Traits: She is very obedient, and doesn't do many things are wrong. She has a good willpower. In a way she is innocent, but in a way she is more courageous.
Quotes: “Dill said, ‘Jem, you and me can play and Scout can watch if she’s scared.’” (pg.39) She knows what's wrong, so she takes courage and says no to her brother and friend.
Physical Traits: She has bangs, and is kind of short and small, but very strong. She plays like a boy sometimes.
Quotes: “‘No matter what anybody says to you, don’t you let ‘em get your goat. Try fighting with your head for a chang… it’s a good one, even if it does resist learning.’” (pg.76)
Emotional Traits: He fights for what he believes, no matter what the town thinks. He is a lawyer, so he is probably very witty.
Physical Traits: He is very formal dressed, but can work in dirty clothes. Also, he looks like the average, but a little tall man.
Emotional Traits: He is just like every other boy and does't mind very well. He tries to hide things from his dad, so he does't get in trouble. When it comes down to it he stands up for what he believes in.
Physical Traits: He is just the average teenager, with short hair. He can dress nice for school, or get dirty in old clothes.
Quotes: “‘Come on to dinner with us, Walter,” he said. “We’d be glad to have you.’” (pg.23)
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