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Atticus is teaching Scout not to give up because she has had a bad experience and to be a law abiding citizen even if others do not follow the law. During school Ms. Caroline who is a school teacher tells Scout to stop reading. Ms. Caroline upsets Scout which is another reason Scout does not want to return to school. Atticus explains “ If you’ll concede the necessity of going to school, we’ll go on reading every night..” (Lee 41). Atticus believes that attending school building an educated person who based their morals on information.
This incident shows the reader that she wants to be taken seriously by her colleagues. It also displays that Hilly deeply treasures her reputation because of her reaction towards the situation. On the other hand, Aunt Alexandra has also shown the reader signs that she values her family’s reputation. In chapter 23 of To Kill a Mockingbird, Aunt Alexandra did not allow Scout to play with Walter Cunningham because of his poor background. She said, “Because-he-is-trash, that’s why you can’t play with him.
Empathy-the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Empathy is showed in To Kill a Mockingbird many times. One example of empathy is shown when Mrs. Maudie is telling the kids not to bother Boo Radley. Another example of empathy is when Atticus is being really nice to Mrs. Dubose. A third example of empathy in the story is when Atticus defends Tom Robinson in the case.
She goes into Miles room to speak with him, trying once again to get information from him regarding the incidents that happened at school causing him to be expelled. She failed in her attempt as the candle gets blown out in what she considers an opportunity to save him. We learn of another time the governess confronts Miles with an uncomfortable conversation asking him if he took the letter that is missing. Mysteries continue, even as the story continues and Miles takes his last
Even before he saves them, Scout begins feeling guilty about the way they had treated Boo in the past. She says, “I sometimes felt a twinge of remorse when passing by the old Radley place, at ever having taken part in what must have been sheer torment to Arthur Radley – what reasonable recluse wants children peeping in through his shutters, delivering greetings at the end of a fishing pole, wandering in his collards at night.” She understands how Boo Radley feels. After being rescued, she begins to start empathizing with Boo without even realizing it; “Feeling slightly unreal, I led him to the chair farthest from Atticus and Mr. Tate. It was in a deep shadow. Boo would feel more comfortable in the dark.” She is thinking about what Boo Radley would feel more comfortable with, rather than thinking about things exclusively from her perspective.
"She was a widow, a chameleon lady who worked in her flower beds in an old straw hat and men's coveralls, but after her five o'clock bath she would appear on the porch and reign over the street in magisterial beauty." (Lee, Harper Page 56) Maudie is also like a second parent to Jem and Scout. When they don’t understand something they’ve been told or that they’ve heard, they go to Miss Maudie for help. “I simply wanted to tell you that there are some men in this world who were born to do our unpleasant jobs for us. Your father's one of them.” (Lee, Harper.
At the beginning of the book Heather Hoodhood was the kid that was really mean and only cared about herself. Like when Holling goes into her room to talk about something important, Heather asked “Mrs.Baker hates your guts right?” he nodded “Well then try getting some.” And then she slammed the door. Or like the time when she comes downstairs with a yellow flower painted on her cheek and she states that “I know that I have a yellow flower painted on my cheek. We believe in peace and understanding and freedom. We believe in sharing and healing each other.
Scout ran to her father and Jem and Dill followed. Later, the mob dispersed after Scout talked to Mr.Cunningham. She made them realize that trying to take Mr. Robinson was wrong. Mayella Ewell was home alone when she asked Tom Robinson help her bust up a chiffarobe for a nickel. As she went in the house Mr. Robinson came up behind her a abused and took advantage of her.
Nonetheless, both men may not be so different after all. In the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, the moral empathy is not adequately represented towards other Maycomb County folks. People are just people and no one is naturally different from anyone else, excluding the fact that there are some people who take advantage of their power. Early in the novel, the author introduces the readers to a divided society in which both, the young and old, are heavily
Her mom gets the bubble and bath ready. She stated that Victor has watched her to undress when she gets ready for bath. She said it is weird because he is a boy. She commented that Victor has been bad. Bad means that he has been ugly.
Shonquasia stated that he mom do not understand her , Shonquasia stated, that she do not have any real friend and she spend most of her time in school alone. Shonquasia stated that she do not trust people. Shonquasia stated, that she just ended a relationship and is trying to cope with it. Shonquasia
When Doris Jean was six her parents took her to a school for the deaf and left her there. This school was focused on teaching oral skills and never taught sign language, but sign language was allowed to be used. Her mom didn’t know sign language before going to the school, but she learned fast. After attending the school all through high school, she graduated and went out on her own into the world as a keypunch
CSP discussed the youth wanting to go home to bio-mother stilling having issues. Response: Aliyah seemed distant during the visit. The youth stated she does not express her feelings to anyone because she does not trust most people. She explained not understating why her DJJ worker believed her mother when she lived with her grandmother. Her mother does not know her and never raised her.
Scout from To Kill a Mockingbird and Skeeter from The Help, both face discrimination from different point of views and act differently; the way they react shows their moral beliefs in a strong way. In To Kill A Mockingbird, Scout Finch reacts toward discrimination with confusion because she’s so young. At the beginning of the book, when Scout goes to first grade on the first day of school, she already knows how to read. Mrs.Caroline,her teacher, is taken