To Kill a Mockingbird

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How does aunt Alexandra's absence reduce Scout's need to become more "girly"? in the movie.

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Aunt Alexandra wants Scout to be as "girly" as she can be as would become a Southern Lady in that time period. Scout has no desire to act in such a fashion and does not want to be "girly" as she develops her own personality.