To Kill a Mockingbird

Our narrator is Scout, a girl who will grow from 6 to almost 9 during the story. What do you suppose we, as the readers, should be aware of as we listen to Scout tell her story? Is a child a reliable or unreliable narrator ?

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Scout begins and ends as a reliable narrator. Even at the age of six we can see she tells the truth mixed in with her childish eccentricities. As she grows up, Scout is able to look past prejudices and see things in a similar light, in her own way, as her father Atticus.