What does Jean Louise's family value, from what you have read so far? What does she herself value? Are there tensions between those values?
Jean Louise and her family both seem to value modesty and propriety, but Jean Louise pushes those boundaries in ways that surprise her family -- by dating Henry Clinton, by dressing differently from other women in Maycomb, and by living in New York rather than returning to Maycomb to care for her father.
Thinking back to To Kill a Mockingbird, how has Jean Louise changed and how has she stayed the same?
As Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird, Jean Louise was a tough child and a tomboy, quick to defend herself and those...
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