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To Kill a Mockingbird

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Aunt Alexandra's Tone

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When, in Chapter 24, Aunt Alexandra says, "They're perfectly willing to let him do what they're too afraid to do themselves it might lose 'em a nickel. They're perfectly willing to let him wreck his health doing what they're afraid to do."

Is this in keeping with her usual tone?

A

Yes - The statement is in keeping with her usual tone in so far as it expresses a concern for Atticus' wellbeing and his children's future.

B

Yes - The statement is in keeping with her usual tone in so far s it criticizes the town people for not standing up for what's right.

C

No - It represents a departure from her usual tone in the way it criticizes the town people for not standing up for what's right.

D

No - It represents a departure from her usual tone in the way it expresses a concern for Atticus' wellbeing and his children's future.

E

Yes and No - The statement is in keeping with her usual tone in so far as it expresses a concern for Atticus' wellbeing, but it represents a departure from her usual tone in the way it criticizes the town people for not standing up for what's right.