Show three or more pieces of evidence from the book on how Aunt Alexandria is more strict on the children than Atticus.
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Aunt Alexandra doesn't like Scout and Jem playing freely in the neighbourhood. She demands Scout conform to gender roles of a "proper girl." Aunt Alexandra wants to shelter Scout and Jem from the Tom Robinson trial and anything she deems not fit for children. Atticus wants his kids to have more freedom to learn, play, make mistakes, and understand the often dark complexities of the world.
Its neighborhood aslan not neighbourhood. you spelt that wrung.