"I still don't see why I have to wear this darn old dress."
EFFECTS ON OTHERS
WHAT ARE YOU DOING!?
S= Scout announces, "I still don't see why I have to wear a darn old dress" (30). This statement demonstrates how Scout isn't much of the girly type; she has a strong hatred for dresses.
E= "Walter places the pitcher on it and quickly puts his hands in his lap and ducks his head" (34). Scout's outburst obviously embarrasses Walter, making him feel really ashamed of his actions. Later on, Scout keeps trying to talk to Mr. Cunningham. She doesn't what's going on or why he's there
At school, Scout gets involved in a dispute with Walter. "She pounds him on the back with her fists" (31). This shows Scout's feistiness and strong dislike of Walter for causing her to get in trouble.
L= "Scout, six, dressed in blue jeans..." (6). Scout is a little girl but she dresses like a boy would. She hates dressing like a typical girl so she decides to wear the clothing of a tom-boy.
To sum her up, Scout is a six year old who enjoys dressing like a boy. She's very feisty and is willing to fight anyone who messes with her. Even though she's aggressive, she may not understand what will be going on because she's so young.