To Kill a Mockingbird

to kill a mockingbird

what does the narrator reveal about scouts family history in the first several pages?

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In the first chapter, Scout gives us a quick lesson in her family history, as well as a description of the town and its beginning. In doing this, she provides us with a back story, which in turn, allows her to introduce the main characters.


To Kill a Mockingbird

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