The Woman With Narrowed Eyes.

Miss Maudie By: Anna Celeste Vega

Miss Maudie's opinion.

In the story "To Kill A Mockingbird" Miss Maudie is close to the children and she thinks that it is best that they are careful of what they do, because in the story it states that "There are just some kind of men who-who're so busy worrying about the next world they've never can look down the street and see the results". This proves how she would do anything to prevent the boys from making the wrong decision or doing something bad to take them down to a place where they can never go back. In the end Miss Maudie set's and example to the children so they won't end up like those that are helpless.

Why has Harper Lee Included Miss Maudie As An Important Character

The main reason why Harper Lee made her an important character is because she sets an example for children that try to do things they aren't suppose to do. In the story "To Kill A Mockingbird " it states that "The things that happen to people we never really know." This proves and also can state that putting Miss Maudie as an Important character is because the things she sets and the things she does to make those make the right decisions.

The Woman That Knew All Things Possible.

She was worthy and engaged into being that specific Character.