To Kill a Mockingbird

Scout learns something about being a "true lady". explain

chapter 24

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Scout learns that being a true lady means keeping your composure and dignity even in difficult times. They all learn about Tom Robinson's death. Scout sees the shock on Miss. Maudie's face and even Aunt Alexandra's face as well. Still the two women retain their composure while feeling the news at the same time. Scout feels this is part of the meaning of being a "true lady".