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By talking to Walter Cunningham as she did, what lesson does Scout show Atticus that she has learned?

 

Tom Smith
Oct 08, 2013 10:03 PM

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By talking to Walter Cunningham as she did, what lesson does Scout show Atticus that she has learned?
 

Aslan
Oct 08, 2013 10:09 PM

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Scout had learned that there is humanity beneath the hatred of everyone, except perhaps Bob Ewell. Atticus had always taught her to find what is common between two people rather than what is at odds. Scout indirectly reminded Mr. Cunningham that Atticus had done a lot for his family and that Walter was her friend.
 

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