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TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS:


1. What is the effect of the novel having being written in adult language but told from a child's point
of view?
The writer, Harper Lee shows the clear difference between adult Scout and child Scout and highlights
it clearly. Where on one…

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TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
CHAPTER SUMMARIES:


Chapt Key Quotations Summary
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"the Ewells started it all" (Pg.3) During this chapter we get to know that Jem is four
"Atticus was related by blood or marriage to nearly years older than the narrator Scout Finch whose
every family in town" (Pg.…

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"We appreciate everything which you have put into The children leave a note in the knot hole, thanking
the tree for us" (Pg.68) Boo
"Someone had filled our knot hole with cement" Mr Nathan Radley fills the knot hole with cement
(Pg.69) showing that he doesn't want any communication
between…

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Quote About whom is it Chapt
said? er
"She had never told on us, had never played cats and mouse with us, Miss Maudie 5
she was not at all interestd in our private lives"
"He dined on raw squirrels and any cats he could catch Boo/Arthur Radley 1
"it's…

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"We watched Dill emerge by degrees" (Pg.153) Jem warns Scout: "try not to antagonize aunty,
"You can't run three hundred miles off without your hear?" (Pg.151)
mother knowing" (Pg.156) Shows Jem maturing The children discover Dill under Scout's bed. "a
filthy brown package" (Pg.153) Dill

"it was decided that Dill…

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ethics and relying on others and should be
ashamed of it



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