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To Kill a Mockingbird: Miss Maudie Atkinson Quiz

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1. What does Miss Maudie Atkinson intellectually symbolize in 'To Kill a Mockingbird'?

2. What does Miss Maudie think of the Radleys’ belief that anything pleasurable is a sin?

3. How does Miss Maudie react to the destruction of her house by fire?

4. Why does Miss Maudie bake cakes for Jem, Scout, and Dill?

5. What philosophy does Miss Maudie share with Scout regarding the importance of people?

6. Miss Maudie refuses to attend Tom Robinson’s trial. What reason does she give?

7. How does Miss Maudie help Scout understand Atticus’s actions better?

8. What does Miss Maudie mean when she tells Scout, "...it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird"?

9. In what way does Miss Maudie’s character contrast with Aunt Alexandra’s?

10. Why does Miss Maudie become a crucial figure in Scout’s development throughout the novel?