Women are expected to be ladylike in Alabama during the 1930's. How does miss maudie break that stereotype.
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Ms. Maudi is a kind, cheerful, and witty neighbor and trusted friend of Scout's, who also upholds a strong moral code that often runs contrary to the values entenched in "respectable" white Southern women. Miss Maudie helps the children gain perspective on the events surrounding the trial. She is empathetic and progressive like Scout's father. She is intelligent and doesn't follow the same old racial divisions of Maycomb.