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In the first chapter, Maycomb, Alabama was described as being known for consiting of poor people and the town looking uncared for. On top of most of the population there being poor, it was extremely humid and hot in that area. This was important because Maycomb is the setting of the story. (Lee 4-5)
In the second chapter, Miss Caroline, the teacher, gets upset with Scout because she is too advanced for her age because she can read and write. Miss Caroline proceeded to beat her with ruler. This scene is important because it shows that scout is intelligent for her age. (Lee 17)
The Ewell child was in school and Miss Caroline claimed she witnessed a bug crawling out of his hair. The Ewell child thought there was nothing bad about the whole situation. Miss Caroline excused him from class to go home. This is important because it shows how the Ewell family is. (Lee 26)
When Scout leaves school she runs as fast as she can past the Radley house all the way until she gets to her front porch. She does this because everyone in town knows to stay away and keep off the Radley property. This is important to the story because it shows that everyone is scared to go near the Radley house or on the property. (Lee 33)
Dill and Jem were attempting to give a letter to Boo Radley, but they needed a plan in order to do so. So Jem tried to slip the letter through the window while Dill watched the front door. This is important because it expresses that Dill is very tactical and it shows what kind of person he is by trying to be sneaky. (Lee 47)
Jem goes back for his pants that he lost on the Radley fence after Mr. Nathan fired his weapon and gave a neighborhood speech. This event demonstrates Jem's courage. (Lee 56)
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