Go Set a Watchman

Harper Lee

How Jean Louise Finch(Scout) acts:

Jean Louise Finch is a very childish- like character. Scout is immature and acts how she wants and doesn't seem to care how other people think of her. On the train, she refuses to make her bed or clean. She wears her old, ragged clothes from Maycomb (even though she now lives in New York City.) Even though she is a childish character, she doesn't like how her father is against blacks. She isn't racist towards black people.

How Jean Louise Finch Speaks:

Jean Louise Finch is a smart girl, but she doesn't like to or want to grow up. She speaks immaturely, but when she wants something she will put her foot down and get what she wants.

How Jean Louise Finch looks:

She wears her old, ragged clothes from Maycomb (even though she now lives in New York City.) "She continues her rebellion against society itself by changing into her 'Maycomb clothes'which are monochrome pants, a blouse, and loafers, a uniform which serves the double purpose of being comfortable and annoying Jean Louise's traditional aunt, Alexandra."