To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Calpurnia as a Mother

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Calpurnia as a Mother

Summary: Essay discusses how Calpurnia plays the role of a mother in "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Calpurina's influence over Scout and Jem, as the role of a mother. The book I have read is called "To Kill a mocking bird." It's a very good but interesting book it really catches the reader and pulls them in. In the analysis the reader has prepared for you is to show the importance of Calpurnia's role over Jem and Scout and how she shows no class prejudice towards others. As well as no racism and respect towards others.

Starts out with Scout beating on Walter Cunningham in the school yard, and Jem came out of the class room and stops Scout from beating on Walter. After that Jem invites Walter over for dinner and says, "Our daddy's a friend of your daddy's. Scout here she's crazy-she won't fight you anymore." (pg. 23) Then when they all got to Jem and Scouts house, they sat down for...

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