To Kill a Mockingbird

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Why does Miss Caroline act the way she does to the children in chapter 3? Why does she seem so intolerant?

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Miss. Caroline didn't grow up among the poor and lived a sheltered life. She had never seen lice, and they frightened her. It isn't so much intolerance, as inexperience and fear.