When, in Chapter 3, Scout makes rude comments to and about Walter (due to his pouring syrup all over his lunch) her behavior seems to be motivated by a similar feeling as which of the following other character’s behaviors specified below?
Miss Caroline’s telling Scout to inform her father not to read to her or teach her anymore.
Jem’s going up in his tree house all day after being read to about the man on the flagpole.
Burris’s swearing at Miss Caroline before walking out of school on the first day of classes.
Calpurnia’s ordering Scout to finish her lunch in the kitchen after the incident with Walter.
Maycomb’s making much of the Radleys not attending church nor visiting on Sundays.