To Kill a Mockingbird

what suprising fact does Atticus reveal about Mr. Underwood at the breakfast table? what previously mentioned theme is emphasized by this information?


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Atticus comments that Mr. Underwood is a strange man – he “despises Negroes” (16.5), yet he acted to protect Atticus and Tom Robinson. The theme involves not judging people until you have walked in their shoes.