To Kill a Mockingbird


how does scout mature throughout the novel

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The most important change in Scout is that she learns to look outside the box and see things as they are, rather than simply how they affect her. Going to church with calpurnia allows her to see that Calpurnia has an identity outside of their home. Her insight as to Mayella's loneliness impacts us in relation to her very young age. She learns to control her temper and assess situations before reacting to them, and she becomes well aware that in the eyes of many...... all people are not treated equally.


To Kill a Mockingbird