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What functions does Walter’s lunchtime conversation with Atticus, in front of the two Finch children, serve in the novel?

A

It supports beliefs the author advances elsewhere in the chapter about different types of learning.

B

It suggests a parallel in the relationships between Atticus/Finch children and Walter, Sr./young Walter.

C

It advances a narrative trajectory typical of the bildungsroman genre, in terms of the scene's effects on Scout.

D

Exactly two of the above.

E

A, B, and C

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