How To Write A Book Report On To Kill A Mockingbird

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I am reading “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee, and I am on page 84. This book is about Jem and Scout Finch. Jem and Scout who are trying to sneak a note into the Radley’s place, but get caught and get into trouble. Jem and Scout also learn valuable lessons in this chapter. It’s also based on how Atticus treats people like Jem, Scout, Calpurnia, and the Cunninghams. In this journal I will be evaluating. Atticus treats Scout in different ways then he treats anyone else. Here are some examples on how he treats Scout. Atticus always asks Scout for the truth. He asks Scout for the truth because he knows that she will tell him, but Jem does not. Atticus treats Scout with a lot of respect. Scout always looks up to Atticus and I can tell that Atticus respects …show more content…

I can see that Atticus tries to lead Scout in the right direction. Atticus also has a very different way of treating Jem. Atticus treats Jem different by always having an eye on him. Jem is always getting in some sort of trouble so Atticus always has an eye on his next move. Another way Atticus treats Jem different is by the tone in his voice. Atticus is very strict with Jem, and he’s always yelling at him. Atticus also has many ways he treats others besides his children. Calpurnia is always over at the Finch house, she works everyday and gets treated very well by Atticus. Atticus told Scout they could not live without her. He said “ She is apart of this family”(Lee 28). Atticus never gives Calpurnia demands or tells her what to do, instead he simply just asks her. Calpurnia is very kind and trustworthy. Atticus trusts Calpurnia with the kids. Atticus is very good friends with the Cunninghams. The Cunninghams have a different way of living than others, they are poor and have barely anything. Atticus respects the Cunninghams a lot. If Mr. Cunningham has something he wants to buy or owes Atticus he pays back in a different way. Atticus is patient and respects

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