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Scout Finch; Two Mothers Are Better Than One

Summary: This essay is about Harper Lee's book, "To Kill a Mockingbird," and is about how Scout is mothered by three women although she doesnt really have a mother.
Today, any girl who participates in athleticism or enjoys being outdoors, as opposed to more feminine things like walking around in heels, wearing makeup, or playing with dolls is stereotyped as a tomboy. During the depression era, in which Harper Lee's book To Kill A Mockingbird takes place, a tomboy is looked at as a disgrace- a girl wearing britches rather than a dress, button down shirts in place of a pastel blouse or sweater, and uncombed tresses where a dainty hat and curly locks should be in tact. Today, it is common for girls to be involved in sports, wear blue jeans, or to "run around like boys." In this novel, Scout Finch, an outspoken seven-year-old tomboy growing up in Alabama, deals with many issues and influences that help her grow up as a young lady. She lives with Atticus, her...

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