To Kill a Mockingbird: Chapter 3
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Scout beats Walter up, and Jem stops her and invites Walter to come eat inside the house.
During lunch, Walter talks to Atticus about farm work. He says he can't pass the first grade because he had to help his father in the fields.
As he eats, Walter pours molasses all over his food. Scout is disgusted and says so. Calpurnia pulls her from the table and scolds her, saying Scout should never comment on "someone's way like you was so high and mighty."
Back at school, Miss Caroline screams when she sees a louse in the hair of a filthy boy named Burris Ewell. She tries to send him home to wash his hair, but Burris says he's "done his time for the year."
A kid in the class explains that all the Ewells come to school one day a year to keep the truant officer off their backs, then never come back.
That night, when Scout says that Miss Caroline wants her to stop reading at home, Atticus says that instead of getting angry, Scout should try standing in Miss Caroline's skin to see things from her point of view. He also says he'll keep reading to her if she keeps quiet about it.
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