To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | The Saving Servant

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The Saving Servant

Summary: The character Calpurnia in 'To Kill A Mockingbird' by Harper Lee.
Being the only female, in charge of the kids, is a very tough job, especially for Calpurnia. She has a few things to deal with herself, first. Such as her skin color and the people in Maycomb who oppose her race. Calpurnia's job in the story is that of a maid or servant. She must clean, cook, and take care of the children so they behave properly.

Calpurnia is important because she takes care of the whole house and the needs of the people that live there. Without her, Atticus, Jem, and Scout couldn't take care of themselves. She is almost like a mother to them because they don't have one and she's the only female they look up to. Even though she's a different race, Scout, Jem, and Atticus appreciate her work. Most people wouldn't treat a black servant as well as the Finch's do.

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