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• 9 External links Tom Robinson cannot use his left arm because the muscles were injured in an accident when he was a child. In such a case, atrophy would have rendered that arm thin and wasted. Both of Tom's arms are equally and impressively muscular.

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This chapter sets the tone and basis for everything else that happens in the novel. Scout depicts her world as a place of absolutes. This strong foundation provides an important starting point for the story. Subsequent situations and circumstances chip away at all that the children know to be true as maturity confronts them. This maturity is foreshadowed by Jem's broken arm and the fact that the story is told in retrospect. Calpurnia is a Maycomb County native. Born and raised near Finch's Landing, Calpurnia has known the Finch family for her entire life. A neighbor of the family, Miss Maudie Atkinson, had an aunt who taught Cal how to read from old law books. Calpurnia moved from the Landing to the town of Maycomb where Atticus Finch got married. After the death of Atticus' wife, Calpurnia became a much more important fixture of the Finch household. Her responsibilities include cooking, cleaning, and keeping the Finch children, Scout and Jem, in line. Calpurnia and Scout

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• Character List That night the temperature drops even further and all the stoves in the house are lit for warmth. Scout is awakened in the middle of the night by Atticus, who tells her Miss Maudie's house next door is on fire and they have to get out. They spend the night in front of the Radley driveway, watching the commotion.

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