How To Make Decisions In To Kill A Mockingbird

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In life, we all have to make choices. We make decisions by drawing on what we know and have learned. Society judges you for your decisions without knowing you or what the situation is. In “To Kill a Mockingbird” the author says that “You never truly understand a person, until you climb into their skin, and walk around in it.” The author is implying that to truly understand how that choice was made you have see from other 's point of view. This story begins with the father telling his young daughter why she must go to school. When he explains to her that she has to attend school she asks about the Edwell family. This family is the ignominies of the town. The children in the Edwell family only attend the first day of school. The daughter thinks
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