To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Student Essay

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Steps to Maturity: Scout in "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Summary: In Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird," the character of Scout, Atticus's daughter, matures through three events: Aunt Alexandra comes to live with the family; Atticus loses a trial; and she and Jem are attacked by Mr. Ewell.
Throughout To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, specific events happen that change Scout forever. Three of them are her Aunt Alexandra coming to live with them, Atticus losing a very big trial, and her and Jem being attacked by Mr. Ewell. All of these things have a major impact on how she views life, for a very long time.

The first thing that majorly changes Scout's life is having her Aunt Alexandra come live with them. First off Scout has never had an older woman figure in her life besides Cal. So when her Aunt moves in she really doesn't know what to do. "`How'd you like for her to come live with us?' I said I would like it very much, which was a lie, but one must lie under certain circumstances and at all times when one...

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