Jean Dubus Character Analysis

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like a young girl living in the height of the depression? Jean Louise “Scout” Finch in the book “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee lived exactly this life. With an older, changing brother, a great best friend, a wise servant, and a respected father, Scout got through this time in her life very well and with great character. Jean Louise “Scout” Finch is a very bold young girl, surrounded by corruption but demonstrates intelligence and thoughtfulness throughout it all. Despite Scout’s youthful rowdiness and naivety, she still understands and has to deal with many adult things. She is surrounded by the corruption and poverty of the Great Depression. She always tries to deal with things by herself,…show more content…
She is not only intelligent in school but recognizes and can take care of real life situations in a knowledgeable manner. Her second grade teacher even recognized this. At one point of the book, she was told to stop learning. “Miss Caroline told me to tell my father not to teach me anymore, it would interfere with my reading.” Her teacher didn’t want her to learn anymore, when teachers are supposed to encourage as much learning as possible. Finally, Jean Louise was an extraordinarily thoughtful child. She understands a lot that most adults just don’t get. She is aware that you have to lie sometimes under certain circumstances. She worries about essential goodness. She is concerned about the immorality of mankind. Louise “Scout” Finch is a very bold young girl, surrounded by corruption but demonstrates intelligence and thoughtfulness throughout it all. She has many terrific qualities for a young girl, while also having some not so good ones. She is bold, intelligent, and thoughtful, among many other wonderful qualities. She has certainly changed my view of the world and how I should look at things. “I said I would like it very much, which was a lie, but one must lie under certain circumstances and at all times when one can 't do anything about

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