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Misss Maudie opinion

Ms. Maudie seems to be very quiet and a less dramatic character as compared to others before Tom Robinson's trial. She does not seem to voice her opinion out as much. However, after the trial, I think she made a little speech to voice out her own opinion on racism. The trial could have changed her and inspired her to voice her thoughts more.

"Why has Haper Lee included Miss Maudie as a main character in the novel "?

His parenting style is quite unique in that he treats his children as adults, honestly answering any question they have. He uses all these instances as an opportunity to pass his values on to Scout and Jem. Scout says that "'Do you really think so?' . . . was Atticus' dangerous question" because he delighted in helping people see a situation in a new light. Atticus uses this approach not only with his children, but with all of Maycomb.