To Kill a Mockingbird First Lines

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Catching Walter Cunningham in the schoolyard gave me some pleasure, but when I was rubbing his nose in the dirt, Jem came by and told me to stop.
'Put my bag in the front bedroom, Calpurnia,' was the first thing Aunt Alexandra said.
For reasons unfathomable to the most experienced prophets in Maycomb County, autumn turned to winter that year.
After many telephone calls, much pleading on behalf of the defendant, and a long forgiving letter from his mother, it was decided that Dill could stay.
Dill left us early in September, to return to Meridian.
'Mr. Arthur, honey,' said Atticus, gently correcting me.
The remainder of my schooldays were no more auspicious than the first.
When Boo Radley shuffled to his feet, light from the livingroom windows glistened on his forehead.
Jem was twelve.
The weather was unusually warm for the last day of October.
When he was nearly thirteen, my brother Jem got his arm badly broken at the elbow.
Atticus was feeble; he was nearly fifty.
'Jem,' I said, 'are those the Ewells sittin' down yonder?'
When we were small, Jem and I confined our activities to the southern neighborhood, but when I was well into the second grade at school and tormenting Boo Radley became passe...
Aunt Alexandra got up and reached for the mantelpiece.
Thomas Robinson reached around, ran his fingers under his left arm and lifted it.
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Things did settle down, after a fashion, as Atticus said they would.
Jem heard me.
'You can just take that back, boy!'
'Come on round here, son, I got something that'll settle your stomach.'
Jem stayed moody and silent for a week.
But someone was booming again.
'Yes,' said our father, when Jem asked him if we could go over and sit by Miss Rachel's fishpool with Dill, as this was his last night in Maycomb.
Although we heard no more about the Finch family from Aunt Alexandra, we heard plenty from the town.
It was Jem's turn to cry.
'I wish Bob Ewell wouldn't chew tobacco,' was all Atticus said about it.
'Don't do that, Scout.'
She stopped shyly at the railing and waited to get Judge Taylor's attention.
My nagging got the better of Jem eventually, as I knew it would, and to my relief we slowed down the game for a while.
Calpurnia wore her stiffest starched apron.
School started, and so did our daily trips past the Radley Place.

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