The Good Stuff

“It’s not time to worry yet,” Atticus reassured him. One of my first thoughts about this is that not only in this quote but in other parts of the book when Atticus says stuff like this it feels like he know more then he’s letting on. another quote from the book I found that I liked is “Don’t you oh well me, sir,” Miss Maudie replied, recognizing Jem’s fatalistic noises, “you are not old enough to appreciate what I said.” I think this applies to the thought that Atticus is letting on more than we know because maybe he thinks the kids wouldn’t understand if he explained what was going on. But then again Scout and Jem seem like they would be those kids that are able to understand based off of what they’ve been through. Plus scout is already above her grade in things like reading and writing. I think that this applies to everyday life because even when we are having a rough day, the worst part hasn’t come. It might not come for a while, and so for the meantime I think It’s not time to worry yet.Related image

2 thoughts on “The Good Stuff

  1. I really like the “It’s not time to worry yet,” because Atticus keeps everyone around him calm even when chaos is happening. I wonder what will happen when he really does worry.

    1. I agree. he seems like one of those people where they have a set personality and when they act the complete opposite it’s a bit scary but also weird at the same time.

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