Atticus believes that to understand life from someone else's perspective, we must "walk in his or her shoes." From what other perspectives does Scout see her fellow townspeople?
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Scout sees other perspectives through the people she encounters in her life. Miss Caroline provides the opportunity to see an outsider's perspective, or lack of perspective, on Maycomb culture. She watches Walter Cunningham pour molasses over his dinner, she sees a different side of Calpurnia when visiting her church, and finally she sees Boo Radley for who he really is.