To Kill A Mockingbird Storyboard #1

To Kill A Mockingbird Storyboard #1
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  • "Everybody who brings his lunch put it on top of his desk." "Where's yours(Walter)?"
  • "Did you forget it this morning?"
  • "Here's a quarter,"
  • "Yeb'm"
  • He doesn't accept it because he can't pay it back, Miss Caroline.
  • "Nome thank you ma'am,"
  • Pathetic, he can't even help himself.
  • "Miss Caroline, he's a Cunningham."
  • ugh, I can explain this like Atticus, she doesn't know what happens around the countryside.
  • Miss Caroline is unfamiliar with the customs of Maycomb County and doesn't know much about the kids and their background. 
  • "Everybody who brings his lunch put it on top of his desk." "Where's yours(Walter)?"
  • Scout knows a little about Walter's background based on what she saw Atticus doing with Walter's father, so she isn't surprised with his situation, but she thinks that Miss Caroline should know this stuff.
  • I can't take that, how do I even repay, papa can't work even harder.
  • "Yeb'm"
  • Scout tries to mention to Miss Caroline that Walter is a Cunningham, however, Miss Caroline isn't knowledgeable about the neighborhood. She may have said that out of pity for Walter or some other reason.
  • "Miss Caroline, he's a Cunningham."
  • Miss Caroline is unfamiliar with the customs of Maycomb County and doesn't know much about the kids and their background. 
  • "Did you forget it this morning?"
  • "Here's a quarter,"
  • Walter tries his best to not cause anything and to not accept the money from Miss Caroline because he wouldn't be able to promise that he could pay back a quarter.
  • "Nome thank you ma'am,"
  • For this part of the situation, Walter sit quietly watching Scout speak to Miss Caroline. I assume that he is thinking about why she's helping him. Overall, in this scene it kind of shows a little part of how the society is structured, that these kids know each other pretty well in the sense of their history.
  • Huh? Why did she say that, what's happening? Is she trying to help me?
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