The first 220 words of To Kill A Mockingbird

How much of Harper Lee's classic novel can you remember? This quiz covers the first three paragraphs of the book.
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Answer
When
he
was
nearly
thirteen,
my
brother
Jem
got
his
arm
badly
broken
at
the
elbow.
When
it
healed,
and
Jem's
fears
of
never
being
able
to
play
football
were
assuaged,
he
was
seldom
self-conscious
about
his
injury.
His
left
arm
was
somewhat
shorter
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than
his
right;
when
he
stood
or
walked,
the
back
of
his
hand
was
at
right
angles
to
his
body,
his
thumb
parallel
to
his
thigh.
He
couldn't
have
cared
less,
so
long
as
he
could
pass
and
punt.
When
enough
years
had
gone
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past
to
enable
us
to
look
back
on
them,
we
sometimes
discussed
the
events
leading
to
his
accident.
I
maintain
that
the
Ewells
started
it
all,
but
Jem,
who
was
four
years
my
senior,
said
it
started
long
before
that.
He
said
it
began
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the
summer
Dill
came
to
us,
when
Dill
first
gave
us
the
idea
of
making
Boo
Radley
come
out.
I
said
if
he
wanted
to
take
a
broad
view
of
the
thing,
it
really
began
with
Andrew
Jackson.
If
General
Jackson
hadn't
run
the
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Creeks
up
the
creek,
Simon
Finch
would
never
have
paddled
up
the
Alabama,
and
where
would
we
be
if
he
hadn't?
We
were
far
too
old
to
settle
an
argument
with
a
fist-fight,
so
we
consulted
Atticus.
Our
father
said
we
were
both
right.
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