Quotes for chapter 3 on Calpurnia's relationship with Scout I am looking for some quotes to describe Calpurnia's relationship with Scout in Chapter 3 of To Kill a Mockingbird.

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There is no question that Calpurnia is, as Atticus later tells his sister Alexandra, an integral part of the Finch family.  After the death of Jem and Scout 's mother, Calpurnia comes to fill the role of housekeeper and babysitter for the children.  Thus, she assumes the part of mother at many times.  And, since she is treated as an equal part of the family by Atticus, Calpurnia feels comfortable with doling out instructions in manners to Scout.  When Scout complains of Walter's having pour...

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