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

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Scout and Jem receive harsh treatment by an African-American woman named Lula when they come to Sunday mass with Calpurnia. The children expect the rest of the community to treat them the same way, but they are shocked when the community accepts them with open arms (Lee 119). Calpurnia brings Scout and Jem to her African-American church, The First Purchase, for Sunday mass while Atticus is working hard on the Tom Robinson case. Before the mass begins a woman named Lula comes up to Scout and Jem and starts making horrible remarks at them. She starts to yell at Calpurnia, not fully understanding why she would bring white children to a black church. When Lula starts proceeding towards the children, Calpurnia stops her immediately but Lula is

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