To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

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What superstitions are evident in the first six chapters of To Kill a Mockingbird? The superstitions can be about anything.

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Chapter 1 There are the superstitious stories and gossip told about Boo Radley: how his breath killed azaleas, how Negroes walked on the other side of the street--and whistled--when passing the Radley house, and how Radley pecans were poisoned. 

Chapter 3 Walter Cunningham Jr. recounts how he nearly died from the Radley's " 'pizened' " pecans he once ate.

Chapter 4 Jem worries...

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