a. "Being Southerners, it was a source of shame to some members of the family that we had no recorded record ancestors on either side of the Battle of Hastings. All we had was Simon Finch, a fur trading apothecary from Cornwall whose piety was exceeded only by his stinginess." Page 4
b. “The class murmured apprehensively, should she prove to harbor her share of the peculiarities indigenous to that region” page 21
c. “Walter’s one of the Cunninghams, Miss Caroline.” Page 26
2. I think that the story really starts when the book says “That was the summer dill came to us” because that is when the story really picks up. It is when the story moves out telling about the life of scout and her family and starts giving an actual story. 3. What we know for certain about Boo Radley is that he stays in his house at all times and the children believe that the house is haunted. They will often sprint past it in hopes that Boo will not come out and attack them. I got this information from page 10, where it says “Inside the house lived a malevolent phantom… Radley pecans would kill you… a baseball hit into the Radley yard was a lost ball and no questions asked.” 4. Boo Radley is fascinating to the children because he is different. He is considered a phantom and he doesn’t come out of his house so the children think that the house is haunted. This builds fascination in the children. I got this information from page 10, where it says “ Inside the house lived a malevolent phantom.” Chapter 2
1. The three mistakes that scout makes on her first day of school are:
A. She reads out the entire alphabet and two other literary works. This proves that she can read. Miss Caroline does not like this because she believes that her father taught Scout how to read and that he has done it all wrong so she must stop reading. I got this information from page 23, where it says “Your father does not know how to teach. You...