Several conflicts are developed in Chapter 14 of the novel. Describe one conflict.

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In chapter 14 of To Kill a Mockingbird, there is conflict between Scout and Jem. Jem tells Scout not to "antagonize Aunty." He says this because an argument ensues between Atticus and Alexandra after Scout asks to go to Calpurnia's house. Jem attempts to explain to Scout that Atticus has enough to worry about with Tom's trial. He doesn't want Scout to cause trouble between Atticus and Aunt Alexandra. Convinced that Atticus doesn't "worry about anything," Scout disagrees with Jem. She struggles with Jem's "maddening superiority" and is insulted when he says her mind can't retain...

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