Family Values In To Kill A Mockingbird

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In To Kill a Mockingbird, family is destiny. Within the confines of a small town where the same people have lived for generations, no one can escape…becoming their parents. Horror! Either the parents raise their kids to be like them, for good or ill, or the pressure of community expectations that a person live up, or down, to their family is too much to resist. While this attitude creates a comfortable familiarity and a cozy predictability, it also makes progress, both for the individual and the community, very difficult. Families are very important in To Kill a Mockingbird. In Maycomb being established in society is very important for the residents of the town. As are family values. At the beginning of the story Scout describes how important
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