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When enough years had gone by to enable us to look back on them we sometimes discussed the events leading to his accidentLee 3 In the book To Kill a Mockingbird the author Harper Lee writes in the perspective of Scout the narrator Although the book begins with Scout remembering the events as a older person she still narrates the story as if she is a nave child in a first person point of view Because Scout is nave and innocent there is a simpler understanding of the events that take place in the bookFor one thing with Scout as the narrator we only see her point of view of thoughts and people which are a lot different than others For example They were sullen-looking sleepy-eyed men who seemed unused to late hours I sought once more for a familiar fare and at the center of the semi-circle I found one Hey Mr Cunningham The man did not hear me it seemedLee 204 Scouts perception on the situation is consenting because of the recognition of a neighbor however if you look at a different persons perspective like Atticus he is more aware of the dangerous situation they are in because of his knowledgeability A child is known to be innocent and nave because of their lack of experience and an adult is known to be knowledgeable because of the experiences they have encountered therefore both will have different preceptionsAdditionally children see and think about the world differently For instance The way that man called him boy all the time an sneered at him an looked around at the jury every time he answered Well Dill after all hes just a Negro I dont care one speck It aint right somehow it aint right to do em that way Hasnt anybody got any business talkin like thatit just makes me sickLee 266 Dill has just begun to notice the cruelty of real life and how
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