This quote also inherits the idea of some of the people in Maycomb county aret very nice as a reader may note but Scout uses these words out of curiosity and not out of disrespect. Atticus may very well be stressed out by how his youngest kid is using those words but he is the one who has given her her comprehension skills. Atticus is a very nice man who is kind to a lot of people but he also has an aggressive side when he is in the courtroom and his kids can learn from that. “Can you tell me which side of the neck the marks where on?”(pg ). In this quote you can see how Atticus is being very aggressive in this case because he is trying to get the
At last, Harper Lee uses characterization to develop the theme of you do no know someone unless you have walked in their shoes. For example, after seeing things from Boo Radley’s perspective Scout realizes that, “ when they finally saw him, why he wouldn 't done any of those things… Atticus, he was real nice…” (376). After realizing who Boo Radley is, and after seeing things through his point of view Scout realizes what it is like through Boo’s shoes. She starts to understand Boo more and Scout grows as a character through that. Additionally, Atticus tells Scout that, “ Most people are, Scout, when you finally see them” (376).
Despite the evidence against Atticus being a good parent, the evidence backing up the claim that Atticus is a good parent significantly outweighs the counterclaim. The main reasons why readers may think Atticus is a bad parent is because he does not know where is children are at most of the time, and he lets them loose multiple times, which once almost resulted in possible injury or death. However, letting the children explore on their own gets them the experience they need in real life. When Jem and Scout were at the court case. Jem learned a great deal about Maycomb and its citizens.
Not only does the dress code lessen bullying, it ingrains good habits for later in life. A dress code at every school will help in the long run. Bullying is a big issue in the U.S. and having schools enforce a dress code will help diminish this problem. When students get bullied, it is often because of how they carry and present themselves. If everyone wore the same thing
Natasha fulfills, helps and enlightens people. We people always make presumption about others based on the first impression. The clear example from the story is how Berman judges Natasha by her looks. At first, his opinion towards her is quite negative that he has no interest in her at all but. At the end, it turns out that Natasha is the one who positively change people in the story, even Berman himself.
But Tom Robinson was seen as “guilty” (Lee 211). Scout was a bit surprised but Jem was astonished that Tom lost the trial and would have to be executed. That trial really changed Jem and how he sees people. This novel is popular is because how people viewed black people back then compared to now, and this book teaches good life lessons. The audience can go through Jem and Scout’s life and see them grow
The Maycomb Community in Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill a Mockingbird influence Scout to learn about the hard realities of life. An important theme from this novel is the change from how people see good and evil throughout the years. Everyone in the world should have the right to live in an anti racist society. The world would be a more enjoyable place, if children were not forced to grow up in an environment with social prejudice. The reader should recall that Scout is forced to live like this, but she doesn’t recognise what the real world is like because she is a child.
Jean Louise Finch (Scout) is a captivating narrator who compels the reader to listen to the story through her personality. In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, the author, Harper Lee, uses narration, dialogue, and setting to unravel Scout’s courageous, touchy, and rather inquisitive nature in an inventive and thrilling way. In order to adequately understand Scout as a character, the reader must look deeper to look into her mind rather than skimming the first layer. “‘You never really know a person until you consider things from his point of view...’” (Harper Lee 39). Miraculously, Scout kept her composure after two traumatizing events.
Due to the amazing parenting skills atticus has, his kids understand what 's going on during the trial despite how little they are. They are beginning to see they way the world works as they get older. For example as they see how many nasty, racist people are living in the maycomb area they start to question why everyone is not fair Like Attius. ".If there 's just one kind of folks, why can 't they get along with each other? If they 're all alike, why do they go out of their way to despise each other?
“ How old is her highness now?”” (Jackson, 21) Miss Strangeworth is giving off a hint of rudeness while talking to Helen Crane. Later in the story Miss Strangeworth writes a letter to Helen saying that she had an “idiot child”. Miss Strangeworth carefully watched what she said in person, but behind the letters she says
One Summer Plus made impacts on the teenagers who were present for the study. Even if it does not show up in the statistics, these kids were taught responsibility and how to resolve conflict. They will be able to use that for the rest of their life. I believe that it was more than just the summer jobs, but the people who put the program together should be credited for the success that comes from One Summer Plus. But, I ultimately believe that this study succeeded because of this, "Lots of people will write off teenagers, especially if they 've already gotten in trouble with the law," Diaz goes on to say, "We don 't give up on any child."