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The description of Scout in Harper Lees novel To Kill a Mockingbird is seen from the development of a childs eyes the many experiences and lessons learned are carried through her adulthood Scout Finch is a young girl who lives with her older brother Jem and her father Atticus Being a kid Scout has the simple tasks of a child to have fun and to stay out of trouble However along the way she learns many important things Scout learns numerous lessons on the evil of discrimination present in her town of Maycomb the true nature of courage and on the dangers of judging others before Even though the majority of her hometown is prejudiced Scouts innocent mind remains non-prejudice and kind to others To her everything is similar thus should be treated equal In her adult world Scout learns to treat all people reasonably with respect One of the most important role models in Scouts life is her father While Atticus is a single father he is still able to educate his children right from wrong Atticus illustrates his feelings by showing the maximum respect for everybody in Maycomb despite of their color or class Atticus shows Jem and Scout that a true person is one who stands up for what he or she believes in and all human beings despite their race deserve respect Atticus not only shows his non-prejudice ways through defending Tom Robinson he also shows it through his everyday dealings with Calpurnia the cook He refuses to fire Calpurnia despite Aunt Alexanders wishes which shows the high value he puts on Calpurnia As a result Atticus hopes to show Scout and Jem that he treats Calpurnia as an equal even though she is black The trial is a main learning experience for Scout because her father is asked by the county to defend a black man which causes most of the town to be against him His serious defense for
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