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What Is Corrupting To The Mob In To Kill A Mockingbird

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In To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, the mob turns away and goes home because the men were getting distressed by all the questions Scout was asking, and the mob realized that they cared for there children at home. At the courthouse, Scout recognized Mr. Cunningham in the mob. Scout asks him a lot of questions, and talks to him about Walter. Mr. Cunningham does not respond to her right away only right before they leave to go home he says, “I’ll tell him you said hey,little lady,” he said. Then he straightened up and waved a big paw. “let's clear out,” he called. “Let's go home boys.” (154) From this quote it sounds like Mr. Cunningham was getting bothered by Scout asking so many questions about him and his son. It was distressing to the mob
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