What relationship did Miss Maudie have with the other characters in To Kill a Mockingbird

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To Jem, Scout, and Dill, Miss Maudie is like a kind and caring aunt. She bakes three cakes for the three children any time she bakes. She is one of the more fair-minded people in the novel. This is reflected in how she interacts with others and particularly with the children. She doesn't talk down to them and always offers good advice. She is so endearing to the children that Scout says to her, "You're the best lady I know." Miss Maudie is honest as well. She tells Scout the truth about Boo Radley and his family's history. She is usually selfless (generous) especially with the kids. In Chapter 8 when her house is burning down, she...

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