Money In To Kill A Mockingbird

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First, Scout notes that no one in Maycomb has any money. There is little talk of buying things at all in the novel; ”there was no hurry, for there was nowhere to go, nothing to buy and no money to buy it with. Secondly, Farmers didn’t have any money; they paid everything back with different ways than money like crock sack full of turnip greens. Some of them didn’t even have money for lunch, for example like Walter Cunningham that didn’t bring lunch to school because his family wasn’t able to afford one;”he didn’t forgot his lunch, he didn’t have any” Thirdly, Many farmers were hit hard by the great depression; they were the poorest among the people in the neighborhood;
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