To Kill a Mockingbird

atticus and calpurnia represent the value of....?

To kill a mockingbird

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They would represent the value of hard work and integrity. Both Atticus and Calpurnia carry themselves with a strong value system. It is a value system which believes in the humanity of people rather then the colour of their skin. They also work tirelessly at what they do.