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Parents: Atticus vs. Bob Ewell in To Kill a Mockingbird

Summary: A comparison of the different parenting styles illustrated by Bob Ewell and Atticus in the novel To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Both individuals influence their children through different parenting methods. These different styles of parenting are shown through the affection they give to their children, their moral values, their opinions of education, and their problem-solving methods.
They say "an apple never falls far from it's tree" and sometimes it's true. Throughout our lives we are influenced and taught by many, so we often times face an internal battle to become like those that inspire us most or to avoid becoming like the people that represent everything we stand against. In the end our parents are the most important and effective influences that either affects us in a positive way and leads us to a successful future or in a negative manner that leads to failure. We are given values and taught lessons that we can choose to keep as valuable lessons or discard. Although Atticus' teachings are different from that of Bob Ewells' they are both parents who influence their children.

Parents should provide for their children by giving them love and affection that will contribute...

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