To Kill a Mockingbird

What is unnecessary in chapter 1 of To Kill A Mockingbird?

i have questions to do for school on this book and im having a hard time finding whats pointless. any answer will help.

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It is difficult to find something unnecessary in such a hallowed classic. Harper Lee expertly uses chapter 1 to provide background and context to Scout and her immediate world. I understand that your question but I would be remiss to say that something was pointless in the first chapter or any other part of the book.