According to Scout's narrative, wht is the children's impression of Atticus? Also, how does Harper Lee occasionally offerthe reader an adult perspective of Scout's narrative?
Scout feels that their dad is rather boring. Although they love him, they find his constant reading and impeccable logic rather dry. This changes when Atticus shoots the rabid dog from so far away.
When Atticus shoots the rabid dog, Scout and Jem are shocked that their daddy can shoot so well. Heck Tate and Calpurnia remind the kids that their father can do more than read books.
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