Examples Of Walking In Someone Else's Shoes In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Have you ever had to walk in someone else’s shoes to understand their point of view? All of us have at least tried at one point in our life before. In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird written by Harper Lee, she goes over this subject with multiple examples. Harper Lee uses fictional characters to teach life lessons in an early setting. Something else that may go along with the topic is don’t judge a book by its cover. Five examples of walking in other people's shoes are when Atticus asks Scout to walk in other’s shoes, Jem tries to walk in Bob Ewell’s shoes, Jem understands why Boo Radley wants to stay inside, Scout walks in Walter Cunningham’s shoes, and when the kids talk to Dolphus Raymond. The initial time Atticus told Scout to walk
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