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  • Horton Foote, To Kill a Mockingbird, Scout
  • Steal Trait 1
  • "Hey Mr. Cunningham. How's your entailment getting along?"(pg51)
  • Steal Trait 2
  • "Scout grabs him, throws him down, and begins to rub his nose in the dirt."(pg.31)
  • Steal Trait 3
  • "That summer I was six years old."(pg.5)
  • This shows how mature Scout can be and how mature she thinks for her age. She understands things that grown ups do. She is also good at making adults feel awkward.
  • Steal Trait 4
  • During this novel Scout shows her maturity and the pureness of a sweet six year old girl. She also shows how she is not afraid to get dirty whether it is with a boy her age or a grown man.
  • Summary
  • "Scout kicks the man swiftly."(pg.50) Being only six years old Scout is strong and not one to be pushed around. Throughout this novel Scout uses her actions to stick up for her dad and brother.
  • Scout is very young in this book. She is a poor child living with only her dad and brother after her mother passed away. Her and her family are white folk and so is her nanny Calpurnia.
  • Scout is just a young girl who can catch people off guard by her vocal statements. She loves her family and would stand up to anyone for them no matter how big or small. Her family is poor, but she has it good after all.
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