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SCHOOL. Scout learned a great deal at school, but little of it was of an academic nature. She quickly discovered that her first grade teacher, Miss Caroline, had little regard for her reading ability, instead believing that her time spent with Atticus was detrimental to her education.
The remainder of my school days were no more auspicious than the first... I could not help receiving the impression that I was being cheated out of something. (Chapter 4)
MRS. DUBOSE. It is mostly Jem who learns from his time spent at Mrs. Dubose's house, but during Scout's visits, she went from being "scared" to recognizing that "gradually a pattern emerged."
It suddenly came to me that each day we had been staying a little longer... that the alarm clock went off a few minutes later every day... I felt hopelessly trapped. (It) was the signal for our release; if one day it did not ring, what would we do? (Chapter 11)
THE RADLEY HOUSE. Once so fearful of the Radley place that she literally ran past it, Scout slowly discovers that the "malevolent phantom" who lived inside was no one to be feared. She screwed up her courage to join Jem and Dill on their raid on the Radley's back porch, and she begins to fantasize about meeting Boo and having a grown-up conversation with him. At the end of the story, she boldly escorts Boo back home and then stands on the Radley porch surveying her neighborhood. From Boo's porch, she imagines herself in his shoes, seeing the neighborhood from his point of view.
Atticus was right. One time he said you never really knew a man until you stand in his shoes and walk around in them. Just standing on the Radley porch was enough. (Chapter 31)
I alsom need the page number for the quoted text from the lavander book not the other one.
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