Character Analysis Of Atticus In To Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

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Atticus is a respectful man with a strong relationship with his children whom he wishes to teach his same values of respect. Atticus is a caring father who wants his children to be themselves and have a happy outlook on life. Scout is not the typical girl that most people in Maycomb think she should be. Atticus lets her wear overalls as opposed to dresses, which consequently, people judge him and his family for. Atticus also does not hit his children which is common to the time and where he lives. Atticus also values education more than the majority of the Maycomb population. He prepares Scout and Jem for school by teaching them how to read at a young age, which is unfortunately looked down upon by Scout’s first grade teacher. As well as education,

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