To Kill a Mockingbird

Did growing up in the south impact scouts development as a young woman?


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I think that growing up in the South exposed Scout to certain things (such as prejudice) that young girls in other areas of the country knew nothing about. Thus, as an adult, Scout would have had far different opinions in regard to the things she experienced than other women her age would have had. All people are impacted by the events of their youth, and we all learn from our experiences in different ways.