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To Kill A Mockingbird In To Kill a Mockingbird a tremendous amount of developement occurs as both Jem and Scout mature from a somewhat childish innocence into respected members of the community The childrens perceptions of Calpurnia Mrs Dubose and Boo Radley are a direct affiliation to how the two Finch children view Maycomb and the prejudice behavior which it posses Being children Scout and Jem have the simple duties of a minor which is to have fun and to stay out of trouble But along the way they also learn many important things Although the majority of their hometown is prejudiced Scout and Jems innocent minds remain non prejudice and caring of others To them all is equal so therefore all should be treated equal Calpurnia is the first individual in the novel to introduce a sense of racial bias to that of Jem and Scout Calpurnia had always been viewed as a mother-figure and nothing more However as the summer developes without the presence of Dill or Atticus Scout often finds herself in the kitchen with Calpurnia The two develope such a great bond that Calpurnia feels obligated to take both Jem and Scout to see that of her own church Both children were welcomed with a respectful display by the members of First Purchase However the children couldnt help but notice the the lack of materials within the churchs walls There was no sign of piano organ hymnbooks church programs- the familiar ecclesiastical impedimenta we saw every Sunday Lee pg 120 Scout and Jem had witnessed the unfair accommodations bestowed upon that of the black people of Maycomb This would be a give a large contribution to both childrens perspectives toward Maycombs judicial system Until that moment both children were unaware of the conditions such citizens as Calpurnia and Tom Robinson endured Through their everyday life Scout and Jem are able to gain a sense of what it means to
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