Because of his low social status, Hank feels that he needs to compromise his beliefs on racial equality and help defend segregation in order to be a successful lawyer and politician in Alabama. Scout, a very unique girl, was taught many of the things she knew by her father, Atticus. When Lula, a fellow church member tries to make Scout and Jem feel bad for attending church with Calpurnia, Zeebo welcomes them with open arms. Atticus was proceeding amiably, as if he were involved in a title dispute. So, why the short temper? So, to her, moral superiority feels good, and there are more reasons against fighting than obedience to Atticus and getting to feel noble. The Good Neighbor When Scout finally does meet Boo, she's grown up enough to give herself a good talking-to: Neighbors bring food with death and flowers with sickness and little things in between.
Memories of Scout The narrator Jean Louise Finch, nicknamed Scout, in Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird, is a complex, innocent character. . Ironically, the person she most wants to please — Atticus — is least concerned about her acting in a certain way. Jack also has a pet cat named Rose Aylmer, who is mentioned during the Christmas visit. An example is if a child fails at the anal stage of the psychoanalytic theory because it fail to develop a sense of the right time and place to produce things, then that child be fixated on that stage and would grow up to have either compulsive or retentive traits.
Scout is a tomboy who would rather solve problems with her fists than with her head. Calpurnia is a member of the First Purchase M. She possesses a wide range of traits, which undergo a transformation, as she matures. As she tries to come to terms with what her father really believes about race and what she herself believes, Jean Louise learns the danger of entrusting your conscience to someone else. The Cunninghams never took anything they couldn't pay back.
His son Frank is in trouble with the law for hitting and killing a white man while driving. She also fills the maternal role for the children after their mother's death. Well, you have to draw the line somewhere. Hank has always had feelings for Jean Louise and regularly tries to persuade her to marry him. Sure, this is partly just every kid's fear of the monster under the bed.
Atticus begins teaching her the importance of looking at things from the other person's point-of-view very early in the story. Having faced the evil of real people, she just can't get as spooked by an apparently harmless shut-in. When Atticus gets to cross-examine Mr. Dubose was terminally ill and had become to. He believes in protecting the innocent although he doesn't usually show it.
Throughout the book To Kill a Mockingbird, Scout sees her town through her little innocent eyes. In relation to my personality type, I am rather more engaged inside my mind than deal with the world outside of myself. This, and the example of her neighbor, Miss Maudie, who, despite her harsh behaviour is also called a lady by Mr. Dubose has her fits, and she seems to care enormously for Mrs. In fact, she gets in trouble with her teacher Miss Caroline because Miss Caroline wants Scout to learn reading and writing her way, but Scout refuses. Jem is the older and only brother of Scout. Gilmer appeared to be racist in his harsh cross-examination of Tom Robinson, but it is hinted at that he is in fact going easy on Tom.
The dog's body is collected by Zeebo. He is a powerful symbol of goodness swathed in an initial shroud of creepiness, leaving little presents for Scout and Jem and emerging at an opportune moment to save the children. She lets Miss Maudie live with her when Miss Maudie's house burns down, supposedly in order to steal Miss Maudie's Lane cake recipe. The woman relating the story obviously recognizes that her father is exceptional. By doing this, Judge Taylor was not giving in or supporting racism. She is portrayed by Mary Badham in the movie.
Doesn't have a zip code. The book is told from her point of view. They were originally from Clanton, Alabama; and are rumored to be Republicans. She comes to terms with her gender after getting some positive examples of strong femininity from the two different women: rude and rough Miss Maudie and refined Aunt Alexandra. In an effort to standardize the class, she forbids Scout from reading with her father. He is about 40, which is 10 years younger than Atticus.