To Kill A Mockingbird

To Kill A Mockingbird
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By Rachel Mazourek

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  • "Why can't you just pull it up?"
  • "Pull it up, child, pull it up?"
  • "Why, one spring of nut grass can ruin a whole yard. Look here. When it comes fall this dries up and the wind blows it all over Maybomb County!"
  • Scout & Miss Maudie are visting at Miss Maudie's House about plants, life, and neighobors (Radleys).  When Scout asks Miss Maudie a question, Miss. Maudie starts talking about flowers; she loves everything that grows in God's earth. After talking about flowers the conversation turns into life, and then Miss. Maudie's past comes up. Lastly Boo Radley gets brought up. 
  • She picked up the limp sprout and squeezed her thumb up its tiny stalk.  Microscopic grains ozzed out.
  • Miss Maudie's face likened such an occurrence unto an Old Testament pestilence. Her speech was crisp for a Maycomb County habitant.
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