To Kill a Mockingbird

How does Aunt Alexandria feel about Calpurnia?

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Aunt Alexandria feels like Calpurnia is not a good role model for the children. Calpurnia, however, merely reflects Atticus's values. When Aunt Alexandria moves in, she thinks Calpurnia isn't needed. Atticus knows that he and the kids need Calpurnia more than ever.