Over the course of the novel, “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee, Scout changes immensely in many ways. Jean Louise Finch(Scout) the daughter of Atticus Finch, becomes very different at the end of the book, than the beginning. Scout becomes more mature, a respectful lady, and begins to accept people the way they are. Throughout the novel Scout changes in many ways.
In To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, Atticus believes Maycomb is unjust because the town is inconsiderate of other people’s view, which is shown when Atticus gets targeted for defending a black man, worries that his kids will become bitter and catch Maycomb’s disease, and Aunt Alexandra advising Atticus that he is raising his kids wrong. To begin with, Mrs Dubose addresses to Scout and her family about how Atticus is disgracing his race and his color by defending Tom Robinson on the alleged rape case. Mrs Dubose says, “Your father’s no better than the ni**ers and trash he works for” (135). Atticus views Maycomb as an injustice town because during this time period black people were seen as a lower class. Atticus is mark as an overall victim because in the trial the county is shocked that Atticus is
In my opinion, Calpurnia is a much better mother figure that Aunt Alexandra. Calpurnia shows the children love and compassion throughout their lives. She takes care of them, cooking for them and teaching them to read. When Jem starts to grow up and mature, he begins to push Scout away. Calpurnia took Scout to the kitchen with her and bonds with her.
Scouting for Maturity Coming of age is a difficult time and a struggle for many children. Learning that there are people who have different opinions than what you have changes your life and who you are. Growing up in the 1930’s with racism, prejudice, and the recession would have accentuated this struggle to find your self-identity. Jean Louise “Scout” Finch is a character in the book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
The belief that each gender should have its own roles and behaviors is something that has been deeply rooted in the mind of Aunt Alexandra. When she moves into the Finches’ home, she makes attempts to change the family in a way she saw fit. Quickly, she notices that Scout does not abide by her idea of how a girl should be acting. After only a short time of living in their home, she confronts Scout, making an attempt to alter her personality. As if it was an intervention, she says she “decided that it would be best for you to have some feminine influence.”
Courage is the fire on one’s soul that gives you the will to live everyday. Courage is the ability to do difficult and scary things in spite of fear. According to www.Dictionary.com the quality of mind or spirit that enables a person to face difficulty, danger, pain, etc., without fear; bravery. What I think courage is that you do thing that scares you or that is something difficult to do.
Harper Lee wrote a masterpiece called To Kill a Mockingbird. To Kill a Mockingbird is written from the perspective of a young girl named Scout. Throughout all of Scouts childhood she has had role models directing her. The role models truly did it to show love because they want what’s best for Scout. Some of the role models that interact with Scout in her small town is her dad Atticus, her neighbor Miss Maudie, and eventually she was able to develop a sense of what is morally right herself.
Courage Courage is the quality of mind or spirit that enables a person to face difficulty, danger, and pain without fear, according to a dictionary definition. Everyday many people try to have courage and everyday most of these people don’t. Having courage can be very difficult.