To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | To Kill a Mocking Bird: Parental Influence

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To Kill a Mocking Bird: Parental Influence

Summary: Demonstrates the affect of parents influence on their children based on Atticus Finch and Bob Ewell.
The novel " To Kill A Mockingbird", was written by Harper Lee. In this novel, the theme of racial prejudice is displayed through the story of a black man who is accused of rape, in a pre-dominantly white society. The Finches, who are residents of the county, reflect on their feelings about the situation, and other situations going on in Maycomb county. This family, as well as the Ewell family are introduced early on in the story and are main characters. The role of parental influence on children can be explored through comparing the relationships between the parents and children of these very different families. I believe that parental influence has a very important role in a child's life, as illustrated by the relationships of Atticus Finch and Bob Ewell with their children.

One example of how parental influence affects a child, is through...

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