To Kill a Mockingbird

How do Scout's narrative voice reveal the public and private worlds?

through the clash of the 2 worlds

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Scout's voice is that of a child....... she tells the story as an adult, but she tells it from the point of view of the little girl that she was. Most of the story is quite personal, but through her we are also able to envision the beliefs and words of the others she interacted with.