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Essay | The Role of Atticus Finch and His Parenting in Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird

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The Role of Atticus Finch and His Parenting in Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird

Summary: A look at how Atticus uses different ways of parenting in Haper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird. His efforts help Jem and Scout to understand prejudice and to see that sometimes life is unfair.
Atticus has good ways of teaching parenting. Mrs. Dubose and Aunt

Alexandra both have different views on his parenting techniques. I doubt that both, Mrs.

Dubose and Aunt Alexandra teach right and wrong, by letting their children learn by their

mistakes. Atticus's parenting techniques also teach the meaning of life, along knowing the

difference between right and wrong, by experiencing it, rather than being told what's right and

wrong.

Both Jem and Scout were influenced greatly by the trial of Tom Robinson. Since Jem was

going through puberty he matured drastically. Jem was changing from a child to an adult. Both

Jem and Scout realized that life is unfair from the trial. They also realized that prejudice will

always be around. Even though, Atticus had proven that Tim Robinson was innocent, and Mr.

Ewell guilty...

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This section contains 512 words
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