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"Another'n at the the house that's field size" means "another child/sibling [another one] at the house who is now old enough/big enough to go into the field and help." Earlier in the text, Atticus explains that Walter Cunningham is so poor that he can only pay Atticus in barter: nuts, firewood, turnip greens. Other professionals in the area accept the same ...


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In elementary school, children are given projects to do: color this picture, fill out this worksheet, draw a poster of a flower and label all the parts. These projects are part of teaching the curriculum. The projects can be grouped together into a unit, which focuses on a specific idea or subject: Subject vs. Object, the Biology of a Flower, Long Division, ...


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innocent in this context means "without having encountered." adjustments are "the corrections which teachers made" or "the lessons which the teachers thought were very important," even though clearly Atticus has achieved Good Citizenship without ever learning the specific curriculum or ideas which those teachers seemed to feel were critical. Together, the ...


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