TKAM: Understanding

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    • Scout
      • Throughout the novel she grows up A LOT
        • She learns from Atticus, Cal, Miss Maudie and 3 years of experience.
          • Learnt to accept people and not judge them.
          • "to climb into his skin and walk around in it"
    • Jem
      • He grows up even more than Scout
        • He is the most affected by the trial and realises about "Maycomb's usual disease."
    • Mr Cunningham
      • Disperses lynch mob because of Scout's innocent conversation.
        • One of his relatives thinks Tom should be acquitted
    • The whole of Maycomb
      • Learns from the inequality of the trial.
        • "a baby-step towards fai-mindedness."


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