“You ain’t fair…You’re real nice, Uncle Jack, an’ I reckon I love you even after what you did, but you don’t understand children much.”
– Harper Lee
To Kill a Mockingbird, Chapter 9. Scout to Uncle Jack, after he spanks her for punching her cousin Francis Hancock. What Jack doesn’t know but is about to learn from Scout is that she was provoked by Francis who attacked her father Atticus’s character using racial insults.