To Kill a Mockingbird

What's the significance of Aunt Alexandra saying soory to her brother

Aunt Alexandra apologizes

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I really like this line, Aunt Alexandra tells us so much by saying so little. She is, in the end, a little like her brother. Although she clearly holds racial bias, she understands right and wrong. She is ultimately in her brother's corner.