Andrew Murphy
10/21/2009 04:25:47 am

The Name of our narrator is Scout. She is not only the narrator, but also the main character. She plays along with Jem and Dill to make Boo Radley come out of his house. She is very mature for her age, even though she is only 6.

Andrew Bates
10/21/2009 09:04:53 am

The narrator in "To Kill A Mockingbird" is the opposite of what you would expect in a novel. The narrator is young girl, that is very smart for a six year old that has not been to school.

Cimone ;)
10/22/2009 02:06:42 am

Just from the first eight chapters in "To Kill A Mockingbird" you can tell that our narrarator, Scout, is a very precocious and independent young girl. She is only six years old and already knows how to read far beyond her years. She can also has "epic battles" with her cook Calpurnia. Calpurnia scolds her for not being obediant like Jem. She argues back saying that she isn't as old as Jem and she possibly can't be like him. I feel that Scout will become a very dynamic character in this book.

10/22/2009 12:26:21 pm

From reading the first eight chapter of "To kill a mockingbird" you find out that Scout, the narrator is far beyond the normal six year old girl. She is not like most girls, she would be what we call a "tomboy". She is very bright as we learn that she can already read while other children are just learned thier ABC's.She is Jem's little sister, and therfor spends alot of time around Jem and his friends.


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