To Kill a Mockingbird

Are the children glad to have Aunt Alexandra?

Chapter 13

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At first they aren't. THey find Aunt Alexandra the opposite of their father's liberal way of parenting. Scout especially dislikes having to conform to her Aunt's idea of a proper Southern lady. Still Aunt Alexandra does begin to show more compassion towards the end of the novel.

they find her rude and disrespectful in a way.

they find her not very caring. (Well, that's not true.) I don't know.