To Kill a Mockingbird

What presence does aunt alexandria suggest about calpurnia and why?

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Aunt Alexandra wants Calpurnia fired because she believes her to be a bad influence on the children (the children should act like Finches). Unfortunately for her, Atticus doesn't agree. He understands that Calpurnia has been a motherly presence for the children, and that she has done a great job not only raising them, but that she loves them as well.

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