The Maycomb gossip. She’s a good Maycomb lady in that she’s active in the church and is very social, but Scout knows to not believe anything she says. Miss Stephanie very interested in Miss Maudie’s Lane cake recipe, but Scout shares with the reader that she doesn’t believe Miss Stephanie would be capable of baking the cake even if she had the recipe.
Miss Stephanie Crawford Character Timeline in To Kill a Mockingbird
The timeline below shows where the character Miss Stephanie Crawford appears in To Kill a Mockingbird. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
...school, Mr. Radley kept Boo at home from then on. Then—according to the neighborhood scold, Miss Stephanie Crawford —when Jem was little, Boo stabbed his father with scissors. Jem figures that these days,... (full context)
...the rumors surrounding Boo, but Miss Maudie insists they all came from black superstitions and Miss Stephanie Crawford . She says that as a boy, Arthur always spoke kindly to her, but she... (full context)
...the street to see if Miss Maudie is going to court to watch. She isn’t. Miss Stephanie Crawford announces that she’s headed downtown, and Miss Maudie jokes to the children that given Miss... (full context)
...deems this observation cynical and unbecoming, so Jem leads Dill and Scout outside. They see Miss Stephanie talking to Mr. Avery and Miss Maudie. Miss Maudie yells for Jem. Miss Stephanie starts... (full context)
Later, Atticus says later that he wishes Mr. Ewell wouldn’t chew tobacco, while Miss Stephanie takes it upon herself to dramatically tell the story of Mr. Ewell spitting in Atticus’s... (full context)
...her dress, not meaning to joke. Miss Maudie doesn’t laugh like the other ladies, and Miss Stephanie teases Scout about wanting to grow up to be a lawyer. Miss Maudie touches Scout’s... (full context)
...and looks out. She stands in front of the window and in her mind, watches Miss Stephanie gossip with Miss Rachel while Miss Maudie gardens and children scamper around. She can see... (full context)