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What, can you infer, are the real feelings behind Aunt Alexandra's urging Atticus to get rid of Cal?
Aunt Alexandra would like to exercise more control over Scout’s transformation into a lady and, perhaps, to move in with the Finches for an extended period.
Aunt Alexandra thinks Calpurnia has been a negative influence on the children, letting them develop bad habits and a too sympathetic view of African Americans.
Aunt Alexandra has become overly wary of the entire black community since Atticus began working on the Tom Robinson case and is afraid that something negative will happen.
All of the above
None of the above