Scout Finch

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    • Scout gives us the events from her childhood perspective, as she understood them at the time, rather than imposing an adult commentary. This makes the narrative perspective anive and innocent.
    • As the novel progresses, Scout has her first contact with evil in the form of racial prejudice
    • Character
      • intelligent
        • she learns to read before beginning school
    • She learns how to truly able to incorporate into her worldview is the necessity of walking in someone else's shoes.
      • At the end of the story, Scout can put herself in Boo Radley's shoes, the person she's feared most throughout the story.


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