To Kill a Mockingbird

How does Lee use Scout's innocence as a vehicle to explain Atticus' attitude toward African-Americans?

Chapter 9

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Atticus has a simple and beautiful way of explaining racism. Because Scout is a child, Atticus is free to use his simple but effective logic. It is a sort of logic that a child can understand but with a sense of depth and compassion that any adult can relate to.