To Kill a Mockingbird

How does the setting change in the beginning of the chapter? How does this change affect the neighborhood.? In chapter 8


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The setting changes with the coming of severe winter weather. Mr. Avery blames the children for causing the bad weather, saying that disobedient children make the seasons change. Mrs. Radley dies, and Atticus goes to the Radley house to pay his respects. Upon Scout's questioning, he sternly states that he did not see Boo there. School is cancelled and there is a sense chill both in the air and in the mood of the neighbourhood.