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The Influence of a Role Model Some parents are seemingly hard on their children while others are a little bit easier Both ways most parents look out for the best interest of the child no matter what the situation and try to protect them and teach them accordingly In the novel To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee Atticus is portrayed as a good father and idol and role model compared to Bob Ewell Aunt Alexandra Miss Stephanie Crawford Throughout the book Atticus has been portrayed as a good role model compared to Bob Ewell Atticus was treated with respect all through Maycomb thus he maintained a good reputation All who knew him thought he should be treated highly Judge Taylor thought that Scout should respect him too when saying Miss Jean Louise stand up Your fathers passing Page 214 Atticus was never violent Even in tough situations where it would be easier to fight with your fist then your mind he stayed calm When he was approached at Maycomb jail by a group of white men including Mr Cunningham he acted with no violence He also told his daughter Scout to be non-violent also when saying Thatll do Scout Atticus put his hand on my shoulder Dont kick folks Lastly Atticus is portrayed as a very good father His attitude towards his children is positive He encouraged them to read and write and told them they had to go to school He is shown as a good father when he tells Scout she must go to school In your case the law remains rigid So to school you must go Page 35 Bob Ewell was disrespected in the society Unlike Atticus he was known to be low and harsh He proved he didnt deserve any respect when he spit in Atticus face Mr Ewell approached him cursed him spat on him and threatened to kill
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