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What functions does Walter’s lunchtime conversation with Atticus, in front of the two Finch children, serve in the novel?
It supports beliefs the author advances elsewhere in the chapter about different types of learning.
It suggests a parallel in the relationships between Atticus/Finch children and Walter, Sr./young Walter.
It advances a narrative trajectory typical of the bildungsroman genre, in terms of the scene's effects on Scout.
Exactly two of the above.
A, B, and C