To Kill a Mockingbird - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Jem turned twelve and Scout found it much harder to communicate with him. He was becoming a typical teenager and his younger sister wasn't ready for that change. Scout decides to bide her time with Cal until Dill came to visit. But, then she received a letter from Dill saying he had a new father and wouldn't visit that summer. He did remember they were engaged and promised to come for her when he had enough money.

Atticus leaves for a couple of weeks to work at the state legislature. Cal is worried about where the children will attend church the decision is made that they will attend her church. She makes sure they are bathed and dressed appropriately and they head to her church on Sunday morning. One woman raised a ruckus that two white children are in their church. Cal assures her that these children...

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