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Which of the following is NOT true of the first chapter of the novel?
It introduces and/or makes mention of more than twenty different individual people / families.
It offers a lengthy discussion of economic and political events of the 1930’s to establish background.
It gives an overview of important places around town that may become the settings for later events.
It implicitly enumerates 3 or more different grounds for characters’ judging/seeing others as different.
It attempts to pique the reader’s curiosity regarding how Jem broke his arm when he was 13 years old.