To Kill a Mockingbird

Briefly describe the impact of Scout's role as a narrator as she describes Aunt Alexandra's explanation of cousin Lily Brook's book about Joshua S. St. Clair.

Chapter 13

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SCout has an innate sense of equality and goodness. Alexandra's little lesson on breeding and the importance of being a Finch. Alexandra's story becomes more ridiculous as she goes on. Scot, Jem and Atticus are too grounded in human dignity to buy into Aunt Alexandra's nonsense about good breeding.