To Kill a Mockingbird

How does Mrs. Dubose reinforce Scout's anti-girl identity? Chapter 11

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I'm not sure how Ms. Dubose affects Scout in this way. Scout learns something from Miss. Dubose; she learns what real courage is. I don't believe Scout is "anti girl". She simply does not want to conform to Southern stereotypes of how girls are supposed to act.