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In Harper Lees novel To Kill A Mocking Bird you see that maturation of some of the characters is clearly evident particularly Scouts You see this by the way she acts in front of Miss Maudie Calpurnia and Mrs Alexandra Finch Beside her father Scout respects and likes most Miss Maudie They have a great relationship and they both love each other very deeply When Scout first introduce us to Miss Maudie in chapter 5 she tells us all the nicest things about her She talks about how much she and Jem trusted Miss Maudie and what a good friend she was They trusted her because she never told on them never played cat-and-mouse with them and because she was not at all interested in their private lives pg 44-45 unlike most Maycomb people This is also why Scout respected Miss Maudie so much and why she told her Miss Maudie you are the best lady I know page 45 Miss Maudie always made cakes for Scout Jem and Dill and she invited them over to eat them and also to play in her backyard One summer Scout spent the whole second half of the summer with Miss Maudie They sat in the front porch watched the sunset talked and took care of Miss Maudies garden That is when Scout became very close to Miss Maudie Scout admired Miss Maudie Miss Maudie was her hero Calpurnia is a very important character in the novel Scout has known Calpurnia her whole life and basically lived with her but they werent very close Scout never liked Calpurnia very much mostly because she always complained about her behavior She was always ordering her out of the kitchen asking her why she couldnt behave as well as Jem when she knew he was older and calling her home when she wasnt ready to come There talking was like battling and one-sided Calpurina always won mainly because Atticus always
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