To Kill a Mockingbird

What does Mrs. Dubose say about the childrens mother?

in chap.11

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Mrs. Dubose is actually quite complementary about the children's mother. Mrs. Dubose says that a "lovelier lady than the [children's] mother never lived." She also goes on to say that it is a shame that Atticus lets his kids run wild. This makes Jem angry.