“'It’s just that I can’t think of a way to make him come out without him gettin’ us.' Besides, Jem had his little sister to think of" (Lee 17).
I don't think we should play anymore.
You're being a girl!
“'Atticus, that’s bad,' I said. In Maycomb County, hunting out of season was a misdemeanor at law, a capital felony in the eyes of the populace" (Lee 41).
"I stomped at him to chase him away, but Jem put out his hand and stopped me" (Lee 30).
“I don’t know. Atticus didn’t say we couldn’t—”“Jem,” I said, “I think Atticus knows it anyway" (Lee 54).
"But I kept aloof from their more foolhardy schemes for a while, and on pain of being called a girl, I spent most of the remaining twilights that summer sitting with Miss Maudie Atkinson on her front porch" (Lee 55).
"For some reason, my first year of school had wrought a great change in our relationship: Calpurnia’s tyranny, unfairness, and meddling in my business had faded to gentle grumblings of general disapproval. On my part, I went to much trouble, sometimes, not to provoke her" (Lee 45).