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In Chapter 14, when Scout tells Dill where babies come from, according to Aunt Alexandra, and the narrator says “for once Aunty’s diction had not been too clear”, what is implied?
Aunt Alexandra does not know where babies come from.
Aunt Alexandra was using words Scout couldn’t understand.
Aunt Alexandra was uncomfortable explaining it to Scout.
Aunt Alexandra was contradicting herself in her account.
Aunt Alexandra does not know proper anatomical terms.