The Theme Of Social Inequality In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Scout displays the theme of social inequality when she invites Walter Cunningham into her own home for a meal. Walter Cunningham was a student in one of Scouts classes who she immediately got off on the wrong foot with but when Jem opened her eyes to the situation, he was invited over for dinner. Scout shows that she feels sympathetic to Walter when she says, “Yeah Walter, I won’t jump on you again. Don’t you like butterbeans? Our Cal’s a real good cook.” 31 Scout had previously beaten up Walter but knowing that Walter is a lower class than her Jem, and Atticus, she decides it’s time to retire that and help him to feel welcomed and comfortable. The last name Cunningham did not have a great meaning when people heard it but when Walter came over,
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