Similarities Between Scout And Sketer

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Even the Littlest Things Make a Difference
Someone once said, “Judging a person doesn 't define who they are... it defines who you are”. Scout, the main character of To Kill a Mockingbird, and Skeeter the main character of The Help, do not believe in judging other people until they really know that person. Scout is not a typical girl like her aunt wants her to be. Scout stands up for her family such as Atticus. Along with Scout, Skeeter also faces gender discrimination and is against it as well. Skeeter also believes that people should see things from other people 's point of view before they are too quick to judge. Both Scout and Skeeter are not afraid to speak their minds even though it might contradict what others believe and their reactions show their moral beliefs.
Scout always speaks her mind even when it might get her in trouble. First example of this is when Scout is at their family 's Christmas celebration when her Aunt Alexandra comments on what Scout is wearing. “Aunt Alexandra was fanatical on the subject of my attire. I could not possibly hope to be a lady if i wore breeches…”(Lee 108). …show more content…

Overall, even though Scout and Skeeter’s moral beliefs contradict what other people think, they are not afraid to stand up and speak their minds. Both Scout and Skeeter are faced with discrimination against themselves and other people in their communities. Also both Scout and Skeeter have different views than the people around them. Skeeter is different from Scout because she has more control of her actions, as Scout is just a small girl and learning the right and wrong ways to handle things. Scout is faced with being on Tom Robinson’s side or the side of the rest of the town. Skeeter is also faced with being on the side of Aibileen and Minnie or the side against them like her family and friends are. After looking at these stories more carefully one might realize how strong-willed both Scout and Skeeter are and now brave they are to stand up for what they

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