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Essay | Parent Child Relationships in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Parent Child Relationships in To Kill a Mockingbird

Summary: Discusses Harper Lee's novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. With close reference to the text, examines two sets of parent-child relationships. Describes how the children are similar to their parents in outlook, character and behavior.
I agree with this statement, that children are indeed similar in these three aspects - outlook, character and behaviour - to their parents, proven in "To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee.

Firstly, let us define the terms. "Outlook" refers to the attitude of a person. "Character" is closely associated with "behaviour" as the former usually affects the latter whereas the former can usually be derived from the latter. "Character" can be described as the qualities that make up a person and "behaviour" can be said to be how a person acts.

I will first be discussing the parent-child relationship between Atticus and Jeremy Finch. These three aspects are very similar and closely linked in the relationship between Atticus and Jem. At first, of course, Jem is more childish and thus views the world with a different perspective, also easily influenced by...

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