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  • Scout, School, and Atticus´ Stories
  • Atticus didn't teach me anything. Jem says I was born reading... 
  • Scout the Bully
  • Ahhh!!
  • Scout and Calpurnia
  • '"I didn't know no better than not to read to her, and she held me responsible-listen Atticus, I don't have to go to school!"' (40). Scout sees no reason as to go to school- she argues with Atticus that she can already read, and Ms.Caroline believe she was taught wrong. Scout is very against attending school; she sees no point in going, and has a very hostile attitude about it. 
  • Scout the Coward
  • "Catching Walter Cunningham in the schoolyard gave me some pleasure, but when I was rubbing his nose in the dirt Jem came by and told me to stop" (31). Scout's violent tendencies lead her to feel no remorse for bullying Walter Cunningham. She fights constantly and doesn't think twice about it. 
  • The Apology
  • "I told Calpurnia to wait, I'd fix her: one of these days I'd go and drown myself in Barker's Eddy and then she'd be sorry" (33). Scout has a bitter attitude towards Calpurnia and her parenting. She is often disrespectful towards her and disregards her advice and rules. 
  • Scout and Cal
  • ¨I drew a bead on him, remembered what Atticus had said, then dropped my fists and walked away, ¨Scoutś a cow-ward!"ringing in my ears¨(102). Scout remembers what Atticus said about not fighting and decides to make the right decision and walk away from the fight. 
  • ¨Uncle Jack, please promise me somethin´, please sir. Promise you won´t tell Atticus about this¨ (114).  This quote occurs after Scout is provoked enough to punch her cousin, however she regrets it almost instantly.
  • ´"It's right hard to say," she said. "Suppose you and Scout talked colored-folks' talk at home it'd be out of place, wouldn't it? Now what if I talked white-folks' talk at church, and with my neighbors? They'd think I was puttin' on airs to beat Moses." "But Cal, you know better," I said¨ (138). In this quote, Scoutś attitude towards Calpurnia is drastically different. She is very respectful, kind and supportive. 
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