How does Aunt Alexandra feel about Scout in "To Kill a Mockingbird"?no

3 Answers | Add Yours

cldbentley's profile pic

Posted on (Answer #1)

Although Aunt Alexandra does come across as insensitive and harsh, she does truly care about Scout; however, Scout does not really realize how her aunt feels until nearly the end of the story. Aunt Alexandra often seems to be overly concerned with Scout's lack of ladylike qualities and makes her opinions known to all of those who will listen. Eventually, though, Aunt Alexandra's actions and words do reveal her love for her brother and his children.

aw3somea's profile pic

Posted on (Answer #2)

he feels like Scout should be wearing a dress or a skirt instead of pants. In other words she wants her to be a girly girl not a tomboy. She then tries to force her ways onto her
aw3somea's profile pic

Posted on (Answer #3)

That's suppose to say she not he

We’ve answered 287,992 questions. We can answer yours, too.

Ask a question