To Kill a Mockingbird

After Mrs. Dubose's death, Atticus tells Jem why Mrs. Dubose was a brave women, making herself die free. What is it about Mrs. Dubose that inspires Atticus?

What are the things Mrs. Dubose did to inspire Atticus?

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Mrs. Dubose dies battling her morphine addiction. Although Mrs. Dubose seemed nasty and full of hate, Atticus understood the context of her life. She was the product of a past that conditioned her to be like she is and a present that was full of lonelyness and pain.