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To Kill a Mockingbird Journal Entry

Summary: Essay is a diary entry as the character "Scout" from "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Dear Diary,

All that I have to say is Ahhh! My little sister Scout really knows how to drive me crazy sometimes. Whenever I am out playing in the yard she always has to be there with me. I can remember this one time when Dill and I decided to go visit Boo Radley (Boo never goes outside, and we don't know why, but I have heard many bad things about him) the last night Dill was in town. Of course Scout wanted to go, so I eventually let her. When we got home without my pants, I remember how Scout wanted to go back with me to get them, but I just went without her. As Scout got old enough for school, I can remember how my sister would always get in trouble and beat up the other children. One of the things...

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