To Kill a Mockingbird

does scout learn anything from walters visit? what do you think this is?

chapter 3

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I think she learns exactly what Calpurnia scolded her for. She begins to see Walter as a person who is not used to the luxuries that she has. Scout also learns about what being a good host means and to avoid judgment, at least in front of her guest.