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Scout in "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Summary: A character sketch on Scout from Harper Lee's novel "To Kill a Mockingbird." A tomboy in a small town whose residents were caught up in old traditions, Scout tries to find herself and where she fits in the world. She learns the importance of being true to her heart and her beliefs rather than what others may think.
Jean Louis Finch, who perverse to be called Scout is a very mature and unique girl for her age. Growing up in Alabama during the 1930's, in a small town called Maycomb, was an interesting place for a kid. Maycomb was a town caught up in old family traditions, racism ran ramped and the townspeople weren't so keen on Scout being a tomboy.

When Scout was only six years old she could already read and write. There was nothing she loved more to do then to sit on her father Atticus's lap and read the newspaper with him. When Scout wasn't reading the paper you could find her following around her older brother Jem. Scout never liked to hear her brother call her a girl and would always do what she could to prove she wasn't. One time she went into the Radleys yard...

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