Jem later invites Walter for supper after getting beaten up by Scout. At the supper table Walter pours molasses all over his food, Scout is surprised and is taken in the kitchen where she was lectured by Calpurnia. Scout learns from Cal that since Walter is her guest then she should respect him and anybody who sets foot in the Finches house, no matter what their social class, (Lee 33). This lesson from Calpurnia taught Scout to have manners for people and to treat most people like they are not better nor worse than
In addition, the daughter finds a fork in the road that she finds questioning. Towards the end of the passage, when Dad went to find the vocabulary book, the daughter thought, “Why should I eat when my own father has abandoned his own food? Nothing’s more important than his books and vocabulary words. He might say I matter, but when he goes on a scavenger hunt for a book, I realize I don’t matter” (Lopez paragraph 26). This shows that the daughter feels that her father does not care as much about her.
And in that dinner there would go the family. When Scrooge heard that he said, that Christmas as a humbug and that day would not exist. Fred insisted him but nothing made Scrooges decision changed. Finally Fred leave the office and go to his dinner very happy. Then he with his friends family and all of them started to insult Scrooge because he did not came to the dinner and when the ghost of Christmas present showed how was the dinner of Fred’s family started insulting him and after that he decided to change.
The two major lady role models, Miss Maudie and Calpurnia, teach Scout ways to become a better person and understand her father. When Scout tries to chase Walter away, Jem invites him over for dinner. Walter pours an unusual amount of molasses on his food, and Scout calls him out on it. Because of her actions, Calpurnia drags Scout into the kitchen and tells her that it “[d]on’t matter who they are, anybody [who] sets foot in [her] house’s [her] comp[a]ny” (Lee 18).
Mrs. Dubose is a cranky old lady that yells at Scout and Jem when they walk past. Jem is told to be a gentleman but loses his cool when she calls their father trash. Jem 's punishment was to go read to her. While they were reading to her if she threw a fit or started yelling they couldn 't say anything. Then Atticus then tells him that she was an addict and reading was part of her therapy.
When Telemachus returned home he had saw the suitors eating his food and drinking his wine. One of the suitors asks if he would like to join them but he refused. He went to his storage room which he got wine,barley,and oil. His nurse the person who had to pack his food asked him not to go. She had thought the suitors would make a plan to kill Telemanchus when he returned and then they would spilt up his inheritence.
She insists that she 's not sick and starts insulting him, telling him to "take your schoolbooks and go" because she thinks he isn’t qualified for the job and that he is too young. Granny feels like her bones are “floating around” inside her, and Doctor Harry looks like he 's floating around as well. The is the first sign that granny may not be a reliable narrator. Granny “decides” she is going to remain in bed for little while. She closes her eyes and hears the doctor whispering about her to her daughter Cornelia.
Scout had gotten into trouble at school with her teacher Miss Fisher for explaining why Walter Cunningham could not accept the quarters she was trying to give to him. Therefore Scout decided to take her anger
Edna disagrees with society prohibiting women’s freedom, so she rebels and rejects the judgement of others. When Edna learns of Robert’s planned departure for Mexico she becomes irritable and refuses to socialize with others, although society expects her to do so. Adele fruitlessly attempts to draw Edna back to her place in society. “‘Are you not coming down? Come on, dear; it doesn’t look friendly.’
Calpurnia is one of the characters that teaches Scout not to judge and to tolerate and respect the actions of others. Scout gets in trouble with Calpurnia, when she embarrasses Walter Cunningham by pointing out his eating habits at dinner; Walter poured syrup on his vegetables and meat with a generous hand. Scout says “ he’s gone and drowned his dinner in syrup, He’s poured it all over-” (Lee 32). Calpurnia calls Scout into the kitchen and says furiously “ There’s some folks that don’t eat like us, but you ain’t called on to contradict ‘em at the table when they don’t.
At the beginning of the book, Scout wants to pick a fight at the slightest aggravation and is high tempered. One example is when she beats up Walter Cunningham for not having his lunch and getting her in trouble in class. She rubbed his nose in the dirt, but Jem came by and told her to stop. Atticus then told Scout that if he heard she was fighting, he would wear her out. Throughout the book, Scout fights less and less because she realizes it does her no good.
She was a part of the faction that prevented Thomas Putnam’s brother from becoming the minister of the town. The Putnam’s are very upset about this and Mrs. Putnam also accuses Rebecca of murder. Rebecca is also upset at Reverend Parris because he refuses to preach to the children, even though they seem to be possessed by the devil. She also doesn’t support Parris’ idea to bring Reverend Hale to Salem to help with the witchcraft because she believes that it will send the whole town into arguments and thinking that something is seriously wrong.
By doing this, Calpurnia ignored the social class order for she believes that ‘guests no matter who they are must be treated well’. On the other hand, when Scout wants to invite Walter Cunningham over a second time under Aunt Alexandra’s supervision, Aunt Alexandra makes it very clear that it would be an inappropriate invitation because according to the social order of Maycomb, ‘he is trash’. By Calpurnia allowing Walter to visit and Aunt Alexandra forbidding Walter to visit, the social prejudice system is made obvious. Calpurnia also allows Scout to wear overalls whereas Aunt Alexandra encourages Scout to wear dresses as it is more ladylike. This is once again an example of how these two women are involved in social prejudice; Calpurnia is trying to do what is best for the children when Aunt Alexandra is only trying to obey the social class order.
Certain Restrictions are applied for being a boy and in order to fit into society boys have to follow those certain restrictions. There at the Finch 's landing for a christmas. They were their for dinner. Aunt Alexandra was the one who cooked dinner. Scout told Francis the dinner was good and Francis told scout that Aunt alexandra was gonna teach him how to cook.
After reading the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, it becomes clear that the narrator and one of the two protagonists, Jean Louise Finch (Scout), has had their character develop and evolve throughout the novel. The book’s timeline, obviously consists of it’s plot, begins with Scout being a six year old girl with a tomboyish personality due to her only immediate family being her father, Atticus, and her brother, Jem, who is ten years old. Throughout the book, Scout begins with her thinking with her fists, believing in superstition, and not understanding how to think in other people's shoes, while growing up and changing her beliefs at the end of the novel. First and foremost, Scout is a bit quick to act at the beginning of the