Things have changed a little between Atticus and Alexandra, according to Scout. What does she notice, specifically?
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This depends what chapter you are referring to. In the latter chapters, Aunt Alexandra begins to support her brother more and more. She is clearly bothered by the trial and the results. She begins to show a sense of empathy towards the stress Atticus is put under and tragic situation of Tom. Although it is not stated, we can surmise that Aunt Alexandra might be reassessing her Southern ideals that she espouses.