To Kill a Mockingbird

3 main ideas of chapter 10


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The incident with the rabid dog teach the children their father is not as weak or deserving of their embarrassment as they'd believed.

Calpurnia illustrates the importance of the black community, and the lack of recognition they receive as members of Maycomb.

Atticus introduces the concept of the mockingbird.


To Kill a Mockingbird