To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Student Essay

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To Kill a Mockingbird: Characters That Taught Scout Finch Lessons

Summary: In Harper Lee's To Kill a Mocking Bird, several characters teach Scout Finch valuable lessons. The influence of Calpurnia, Arthur Radley and Atticus Finch all helped Scout to become a civilized young woman.
In the book To Kill a Mockingbird, There are plenty of characters that taught Scout Finch something valuable. The characters I choose to write about are Calpurnia, Arthur Radley, and Atticus Finch. The lessons that Calpurnia teaches Scout are to be tolerant of other's ways and courteous conduct. Arthur (Boo) Radley involuntary teaches Scout that looks deceive us and not to judge someone till you walked in their shoes. The person that Scout learns the most from is her own father who teaches her the basics on society and why people think they way they do. These lessons that Scout was taught were the lessons that she needed to know to grow and to try to understand the cruel world.

Calpurnia's presence has contributed to the molding of Scout's character in great extent. Calpurnia was not only the house keeper...

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