Question Answer Response Theory: To Kill a Mockingbird
Use the quotations and the hints provided to answer four questions related to Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird. Each question is accompanied by a hint that tells the readers how to find the answer. Page numbers are included for each quotation.
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