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Atticus Vs. Ewell

Summary: Atticus was a great loving and caring father to his children whereas Mr.Ewell was a father who didn't want anything to do with his children. Atticus would definitely be chosen as the better father and role model.
The character of Atticus Finch and Bob Ewell as parental roles differ incredibly, both men are single-parent fathers and this is very hard, it's harder then being a single-parented mother because the mother has some sort of connection or care for the child. Some of the major differences between Atticus and Mr.Ewell are that Atticus cared about his family much more then Mr.Ewell did, so he was a good father. Atticus treated everyone equally including his children, Atticus treated them equally as shown on how his children can call him by his first name. Mr.Ewell is a giant prejudice when it comes to anyone and no child should follow in his foot-steps but at the rate he is at, his children are.

Atticus is a true caring father who always tries to be there for his family and always wants to take care of...

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