To Kill a Mockingbird

Briefly descibe Scout's relationship with Aunt Alexandra at this point in the story.

Chapter 27

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Aunt Alexandra thinks that these events (Ewell's threats) bode poorly for Atticus, as she is convinced that Ewell's threat after the trial carries more weight than Atticus is willing to believe. Scout is beginning to see Aunt Alexandra in a better light. Aunt Alexandra's support for her brother goes beyond her shortcomings as a person.