To Kill a Mockingbird

What impression does Atticus bring out from Mayella Ewell's testimony about their home and family life?

Chapter 18

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Her home life is horrible. She is used and abused by her father. She is made babysitter for many children that are most probably hers from her father raping her. She is isolated and alone. Mayella is starved for real affection.