To Kill a Mockingbird
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Family pride is extremely important in the story because in a small town atmosphere--whether one likes it or not--he or she will grow up to be very similar to his or her parents. There are plenty of events that point to this conclusion, but think especially of Aunt Alexandra's rant against Atticus directed toward Scout. Recall also Scout's internal dialogue about Aunt Alexandra's love of land over time.