To Kill a Mockingbird

How does Lee use Miss Maudie's conversation with Jem and Scout the morning after the fire to illustrate the theme of racism?

chapter 8

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lee uses Miss Maudie's voice to explain to the children that a smaller house and a bigger garden are just fine. It isn't the size of the house of where you live (as the novel's more racist characters would believe), but the love that matters.


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