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This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Jem's explanation about Scout.
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Jem's explanation about Scout

Summary: This is an essay about Jem explaning his sister Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird. It is done from the perspective that the person writing the essay is the character in the work.
Ahhhh! 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 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 about my sister is she is very bold in what she says. If she knows it this the truth she is going to flat out tell it to you...

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