To Kill a Mockingbird

What examples does lee use to show that scout does not act like a proper southern young lady?

Chapter 6

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Scout keeps an eager eye out for Mr. Avery, the neighbor who had previously impressed her by peeing in a near perfect arc off his front porch. Dill, however, just wants to go for a walk.