"Cal, Cal, Cal, what are you doing to me? What's the matter? I'm your baby, have you forgotten me? Why are you shutting me out? What are you doing to me?" (12.189)
Okay, let's get this straight. Jean Louise, a young white woman, is putting herself first, before Calpurnia's biological son, a young black man, by asking her what she's doing to her?We understand that Jean Louise is upset at "losing" her mother figure, but is this the time to be having her existential crisis? When Calpurnia's son is facing severe legal consequences? What do you think?