To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

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Can you tell me about Scout? Like how does he put himself in someone shoes? ok, I'm doing a paper and this would help me a lot!

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Scout is actually a girl, and much more wordly than other girls her age. She does not feel it is necessary to behave according to what society views as the norm. Atticus has given her the basis for her humanity and compassion. She is a worry-wart. Philosophical and moral issues weigh on her- the bigotry she is now a witness to in her own town causes her to reflect on Tom's plight, as well as Jem's reaction to it.

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Well, first of all, Scout is a girl. Her real name is Jean Louise. She is able to put herself in others' shoes because her father, Atticus, has raised her in an atmosphere of empathy and fairness. Atticus...

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