Objects & Places from To Kill a Mockingbird

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Maycomb, Alabama

This fictional town of the Deep South is the primary setting of the novel.

Montgomery, Alabama

This location is where Atticus Finch studied law.

Molasses

When Walter Cunningham is invited to the Finch home for lunch, he confounds Scout by pouring this substance over all of his food.

Chewing gum

This is the first item that Scout finds in the knothole of the oak tree at the Radley Place.

Indian-head pennies

In Chapter 4, Scout and Jem find these items contained in a jewelry box and hidden in the knothole of the oak tree by the Radley Place.

Fishing pole

When Dill and Jem decide to send a note to Boo Radley in Chapter 6, they use this device in their attempt to deliver the note over the Radley fence.

Soap

The small figurines of a little girl and little boy that Scout and Jem find in the...

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