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the Ewells hate and despise the colored folks.” I told Jem if that was so, then why didn’t Tom’s jury, made up of folks like the Cunninghams aquit Tom to spite the Ewells?” Page 229 Chapter 23 Scout (saying to Jem): “…Jem, how can you (the people in the town) hate Hitler so bad an’ turn around and be ugly about folks right at home-” Page 249 Chapter 26 Scout (talking to Miss Maudie): “Nome, I mean the folks on our street are all old. Jem and me’s the only children around here. Mrs Dubose is close on to a hundred and Miss Rachel’s old and so are you and Atticus.” Page 94 Chapter 10 Scout (talking): “I’m scared..”Scared about Atticus. Somebody might hurt him.” Page 149 Chapter 15 Tom Boy Scout (doing): “With this in mind, I faced Cecil Jacobs in

the school yard next day: “You’re gonna take that back boy?” Page Unknown Scout (doing): “Presently I picked up a comb from Jem’s dresser and ran its teeth along the edge.” Page 136 Chapter 13 Scout (remembering): Before the first morning was over, Miss Caroline Fisher, our teacher, hauled me up to the front of the room and patted the palm of my hand with a ruler, then made me stand in the corner until noon. Page 20 Chapter 2 Scout (thinking) Miss Maudie on a jury would be impressive. I thought of old Mrs. Dubose in her whell chair-”Stop that rapping, John Taylor, I want to ask this man something.” Perhaps our forefathers were wise. Page 224 Chapter 23 Friendly/Witty Scout talking to Boo Radley: “Won’t you have a seat Mr. Arthur? This rocking chair is nice and

comfortable.” Page 274 Chapter 30 Scout (observing and thinking): “Miss Maudie’s hand closed tightly on mine, and I said nothing. It’s warmth was enough.” Page 238 Chapter 24 Scout (saying to Dill): “Keep on- I reckon he even sent you a mounted police uniform! That’n never showed up, did it? You just keep on telling ‘em, son-” Page 52 Chapter 5 Scout (saying to Jem): “I forgot my shoes, they’re back behind the stage.” Page 262 Chapter 28 Tom Robinson Charatable Talking to Atticus about not getting paid: “No suh, not after she offered me a nickel the first time. I was glad to do it.” Unknown Talking to Mr. Gilmer: “I was just tryin’ to help her out, suh.” Page 199 Chapter 19 Talking to Atticus about going by the Ewells: “Why, yes suh, I’d tip

m’hat when I’d go by, and one day she asked me to come inside…” Page 193 Chapter 19 Honest Talking to Atticus about the fight he was in and getting cut: “Yes suh, a little, not enough to hurt. You see, I-” Page 193 Chapter 19 Talking to Atticus about Mayella: “I didn’t wanta be ugly, I didn’t wanta push her or nothin’.” Page 197 Chapter 19 Talking to Mr. Gilmer: “I don’t say she’s lyin’, Mr. Gilmer, I say she’s mistaken in her mind.” Page 200 Chapter 19 370