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Essay | The Maternal Role of Calpurnia in "To Kill a Mockingbird"

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The Maternal Role of Calpurnia in "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Summary: In the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee, Calpurnia played a much more important role then just to clean and cook. She was an important material figure for the Finches.
Have you ever realized that every character has a specific reason for being in a story? Well its true, whether it's an obvious reason or not. Many people would think that Calpurnia's role in To Kill a Mockingbird was to clean and cook. Also people would infer that she was in the Finch house to show that the black community was doing housework for white people, although it was not considered slavery since they were payed an extremely low salary for their duties. Other than the fact that she was needed for housework, I think Harper Lee created Calpurnia for other reasons as well, I believe she was created to role-play a mother to the Finches.

Very early in the book there is an event when one of Scout's and Jem's school friends is coming over for dinner. His name...

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