To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 11 Analysis

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In to Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee chapter eleven starts out by Jem on the way to the business district of Maycomb, he passes Mrs. Dubose’s house and loses his temper and destroys all of her camellia bushes with a baton from Scout. As a punishment Atticus makes Jem go read to Mrs. Dubose everyday for a month. When Jem was reading to Mrs. Dubose it was helping her stop being addicted to morphine. At the end of the month she is no longer addicted but dies. In the story the author Harper Lee reveals how Mrs. Dubose is old fashioned and cantankerous. One example is when Mrs. Dubose says that Jem will end up waiting tables because she isn’t dressed how Mrs. Dubose thinks how a girl should dress. “...what are you doing in those overalls? You
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