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The book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee contain a very engaging family who are the Cunninghams The Cunninghams are very poor they are people who live in the woods They are a family who depend highly on crops Walter Cunningham the father of the family has to work hard on the cultivation of crops because crops is the only form of wages for them The Cunninghams have no money Their only way to survive is through paying others with their crops The Cunninghams are not main characters in the book but they are characters who brought out other characters personality Harper Lee displays that there is a lot of prejudice going on in Maycomb by putting the Cunninghams in the book The Cunninghams were country folks farmers21 who are very honest people in Maycomb they never took anything they could not pay back23 but they are unfairly mistreated by part of the society in Maycomb The Cunninghams are very poor people but very honest as well The Cunninghams have no money at all as Scout was describing them they have probably never seen three quarters together at the same time in their life23 It is certain that the Cunninghams live a poor life but that does not stop them from being honest The Cunninghams do not take anything from anyone if they do not have a way to repay them In the class when MsCaroline was giving Walter a coin Walter did not take it because he knew that it was impossible to reimburse her I judged that it is really mature for a child to act that way I also admired how the Cunninghams were able to endure by giving crops to people as a form of payment When Atticus helps SrWalter with his entailment Walter does not pay him back with money but with crops The Cunninghams are mistreated by part of the society in Maycomb Aunt Alexandra
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