Novel: To Kill a Mockingbird
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Scout never really wanted to be a lady. Despite Aunt Alexandra's consistent attempts at Southern belle indoctrination, Scout decides that being a "lady" was not what she had to do Scout could see alternatives,
"I was more at home in my father's world... there was something about them that I instinctively liked... " Ch 24
Scout also had Ms. Maudie as an example of a lady with the sensibilities of her father.