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To what does the narrator make reference when, in Chapter 21, she states the following?

The feeling grew until the atmosphere in the courtroom was exactly the same as a cold February morning, when the mockingbirds were still, and the carpenters had stopped hammering on Miss Maudie’s new house, and every wood door in the neighborhood was shut as tight as the doors of the Radley Place. A deserted, waiting, empty street, and the courtroom was packed with people. A steaming summer night was no different from a winter morning.


The morning after Miss Maudie's house burned down.


The morning after the mob showed up outside the jail.


The day when Mr. Radley died and had to be carried out.


The day on which Mayella asked Tom to kiss her.


The day when Tim Johnson had to be put down.

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