To Kill a Mockingbird

In chapter 14 how does scout describe her conflict that resurfaces because of aunt Alexandra? How is her description effective?

Analyze figurative language conflict

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Jem takes Scout aside and tries to tell her not to antagonize their aunt. He and Scout get into a fist fight, which Atticus breaks up, saying that Scout doesn't have to obey Jem unless he can make her do so. There isn't much figurative language involved when Scout opposes her aunt. She tells Aunt A. "I didn't ask you!" This ends with Atticus moving swiftly to make Scout apologize.