With him life was routine without him life was unbearable

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Quote by Harper Lee: “With him, life was routine; without him, life w...”

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With him, life was routine, without him, life was unbearable. I stayed miserable for two days. This indicates on what kind of a relationship Scout and Dill have that one might not been able to notice that clearly earlier in the novel. Also the way Scout feels about Dill is very grown-up and shows how mature she is. It is almost like a poem where she expresses her feelings as if she had been living with him her whole life and he recently unfortunately past away. One can believe that life is a routine with him is hard to know when one only meet during the summertimes.

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  1. With him, life was routine; without him, life was unbearable. (Chapter 12) That Calpurnia led a modest double life never dawned on me. The idea that she had.

  2. With him, life was routine, without him, life was unbearable. I stayed miserable for two days.” Scout expressed herself this way when she found out Dill was not.

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