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1  He wore a General Hood type beard of which he was inordinately vain.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 9
2  There was no color in his face except at the tip of his nose, which was moistly pink.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 3
3  I went to the back yard and found Jem plugging away at a tin can, which seemed stupid with all the bluejays around.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 10
4  We polished and perfected it, added dialogue and plot until we had manufactured a small play upon which we rang changes every day.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 4
5  When Jem and I asked him why he was so old, he said he got started late, which we felt reflected upon his abilities and manliness.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 10
6  Jem scooped up an armful of dirt, patted it into a mound on which he added another load, and another until he had constructed a torso.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 8
7  The internal arrangements of the Finch house were indicative of Simon's guilelessness and the absolute trust with which he regarded his offspring.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 9
8  I thought she was going to spit in it, which was the only reason anybody in Maycomb held out his hand: it was a time-honored method of sealing oral contracts.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 2
9  One evening we were privileged to witness a performance by him which seemed to have been his positively last, for he never did it again so long as we watched.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 6
10  If he wanted to stay inside his own house he had the right to stay inside free from the attentions of inquisitive children, which was a mild term for the likes of us.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 5
11  Less than two weeks later we found a whole package of chewing gum, which we enjoyed, the fact that everything on the Radley Place was poison having slipped Jem's memory.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 7
12  Tim Johnson reached the side street that ran in front of the Radley Place, and what remained of his poor mind made him pause and seem to consider which road he would take.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 10
13  With these attributes, however, he would not remain as inconspicuous as we wished him to: that year, the school buzzed with talk about him defending Tom Robinson, none of which was complimentary.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 10
14  Atticus kept us in fits that evening, gravely reading columns of print about a man who sat on a flagpole for no discernible reason, which was reason enough for Jem to spend the following Saturday aloft in the treehouse.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 3
15  Indeed, they were an endless Project that slowly evolved into a Unit, in which miles of construction paper and wax crayon were expended by the State of Alabama in its well-meaning but fruitless efforts to teach me Group Dynamics.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 4
16  If she was on the porch when we passed, we would be raked by her wrathful gaze, subjected to ruthless interrogation regarding our behavior, and given a melancholy prediction on what we would amount to when we grew up, which was always nothing.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 11
17  He said he was trying to get Miss Maudie's goat, that he had been trying unsuccessfully for forty years, that he was the last person in the world Miss Maudie would think about marrying but the first person she thought about teasing, and the best defense to her was spirited offense, all of which we understood clearly.
To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee
  In PART 1: Chapter 5
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