To Kill a Mockingbird

what do the "errors" scout makes on the first day have in common with one another? what does this tell you about Scouts first six years of life?

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Scout is much like her father. Her errors are born out of her natural inclinations to defend the wrongly accused. Miss. Cunningham accuses Scout of learning more than she should. Scout reads well beyond her grade level. Scout defends both herself and Atticus. On the same day Miss.Caroline tries to lend Walter Cunningham lunch money. Scout gently, as she knows how, tells Miss. Cunningham that she is "shamin' him." Miss. Cunningham does not take her advise well. THis tells us that Scout os a progressive little girl who isn't afraid to do the right thing. Atticus has taught her well.