(Score for Question 1: ___ of 10 points) 1.Dill lies about his father—and many other things. What is probably his motivation? What does Dill add to the children’s lives?2.Miss Maudie discusses some of the town’s problems with the children. She says, “The things that happen to people we never really know. What happens in houses behind closed doors, what secrets—” Secrets seem to be a theme in the novel. Even a small town holds many secrets. What are some of the secrets from the story thus far? How might the secrets affect the story?3.Miss Maudie says to Scout, “Atticus Finch is the same in his house as he is on the public streets.” What does this mean? What is the significance of the difference between Atticus and others in the town?4.How do the children feel at Calpurnia’s church? What do they learn from the visit?5.Consider Atticus’s interactions with Miss Maudie and Mrs. Dubose. How does he treat them?
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