Scout is an innocent girl that lives in a small town with her dad, Jem, and Calpurnia. She lives a simple life and has a simple house. She understands right from wrong and she gets pressures at
school. She is smart and knows how to read. Atticus agrees that she can still
read at home with him because she can't argue with the teacher at school about
reading. In the summer she plays with Jem and Dill. She is curious about Boo and they do skits about him.
She saw tragedies in Maycomb. One of them was when Ms. Maudie's house burned down. She ended up with a blanket on her shoulders. She did not know who put it there. She guessed that
it was Boo. When Ms. Dubose died, but Scout found out that she was at one time addicted to morphine. Ms. Dubose promised herself that she would get off of morphine before she died. Before Tom Robinson, Scout, Jem and Dill sneak out of house because they wanted to see what Atticus was doing.
When a mob showed up to hang Tom Robinson, she faced the mob. She made the mob
She also saw Tom Robinsons trial. She was in the court room and heard everything and learned about the rape and beatings.She saw a innocent man get convicted.
All of these things changed Scout because she learned about the what really happens because of race, poverty, ideas of blacks and whites. She had to grow up fast. What she saw
made her think more about the world around her. Scout became a more kind person
who understood those around her.