To Kill a Mockingbird

who disapproves of the children's close interaction with calpurnia?

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Aunt Alexandra disapproves of Calpurnia having a mother-like influence over the Finch kids. Aunt Alexandra is still entrenched in the culture of racism and racial segregation. Atticus says that "I couldn't have got along without her (Calpurnia) all these years."