To Kill a Mockingbird

describe miss maudie atkinson. how typical is she of maycomb's women? what do the children think of her?


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Instead of playing with the boys, Scout often sits with their neighbor, the avid gardener Miss Maudie Atkinson, watches the sun set on her front steps, or partakes of Miss Maudie's fine homemade cake. Miss Maudie is honest in her speech and her ways, with a witty tongue, and Scout considers her a trusted friend. She is not typical of Maycomb women, and the children love her.