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As Scout innocently recounts her trip to Calpurnia's church for Atticus, Aunt Alexandra is mortified  and vehemently refuses Scout's request to go to Calpurnia's house. With Scout out of the room, she  comments that they really don't need a housekeeper now that she's come to stay, recommending  that Atticus let Calpurnia go. Now it's Atticus' turn to vehemently deny Alexandra's request. Jem and  Scout retreat to let the adults work out their differences, but end up in a fistfight with each other. Sent  to bed early, Jem and Scout get themselves ready for sleep. Crossing the floor in the darkened  room, Scout feels what she thinks is a snake. Jem discovers that the "snake" is Dill with a fantastic  story of his runaway voyage to Maycomb. Jem calls Atticus who arranges for Dill to spend the night. Dill's mother gives him permission to spend the summer in Maycomb and the children begin to enjoy 
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