To Kill a Mockingbird

what aspect of attuis's identity do the children not appreciate?

what is the cause of their discontent

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Early on in the book, Scout and Jem feel that their father is "boring" compared to other fathers. They complain that Atticus would rather sit home and read than play football and baseball outside like other fathers. Of course, they change their minds about this by the end of the novel.