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To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5 Summary

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Chapter 5 Summary

The children decide to stop playing the Radley game, at least for a short time. Instead of stopping completely, they altered the story a little and changed the names of the characters in their plays. They all agreed that was a good alternative.

Earlier in the summer, Dill proposed to Scout, but that seemed to slip his mind. Jem and Dill became closer and Scout was left out. The boys spend time alone and when Scout tries to join them, Jem tells her to leave. Their days were spent in the tree house. They plotted and planned, but called Scout when they needed another person.

During this time, Scout began to spend more time with Miss Maudie. Atkinson. Miss Maudie hated her house. It was a big rambling house and she spends much of her time outside. Her plants and yard were beautiful. After long days in...

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