TKAM Chapters 1-6

TKAM Chapters 1-6

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  • Charles Baker Harris
  • "Scout yonder's been readin' ever since she was born, and she ain't even started to school yet."
  • "I'm Charles Baker Harris. I can read."
  • First Day of School
  • "Your father does not know how to teach. You can have a seat now."
  • Accept the Differences
  • "-climb into his skin and walk around in it."
  • In the summer of 1933, Scout was almost 6 and Jem was almost 10 when a boy named Charles Baker Harris moves in with his Aunt for the summer. He likes being called Dill. He doesn't like to talk about his absent father, shown when Scout asks about him. The three act out stories, but grow bored of it. Dill sugggests that they should get Boo Radley out of his house
  • The Radley Place
  • "I don't know, Scout. But these are important to somebody."
  • When Scout goes to school for her very first time, she doesn't have a very good day. Her teacher, Miss Caroline, believes that Scout is making up an imaginative story when Scout says her father did not teach her to write. Then, Scout gets into more trouble when she argues with the teacher about Walter not being able to pay back a quarter the day after.
  • Foot-Washing Baptist
  • "Stop putting his life's history on display for the edification for the neighborhood."
  • When Scout fights Walter afterschool for making herself look like a fool, Jem stops her and invites him to make up for it. When he comes over, he eats in a way that disturbs Scout. Calpurnia tells her that there is some people who are different. The next day after school, Scout tells Atticus she doesn't want to go to school anymore because she would not be able to read with him. Atticus then tells her that she can get along a lot better if she sees the world through people's eyes.
  • Strip Poker
  • "We were playin' strip poker yonder by the fishpool."
  • In chapter 4, the kids are always doing something that is related to the Radley place. Scout first found gum inside of the knothole in the tree at the Radley place and they still find items in there, as if someone is doing it on purpose to communicate with them.
  • When Scout talks to Miss Maudie about Boo Radley, she tells her that the rumors about him are not true. She says that Boo was actually polite and kind the last time she saw him. Later, Jem and Dill try to give a letter to Boo, and Atticus catches them. He tells them to stop tormenting and making fun of Boo.
  • When Scout, Jem, and Dill were trying to sneak on Boo Radley, they saw a shadow on the porch. Scared, they ran away, but Jem’s pants were stuck on the wire fence. Nathan Radley thought Jem was a negro, and shot his gun to scare him off. When they returned, Dill decided to explain to Atticus that they were playing strip poker.
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