Through out the chapter Miss Maudie spends most of her time giving her opinion on people from Maycomb. Her opinion on the children was different from the rest of the adults. She treated them as if they were adults and always called them by their names . Miss Maudie also talks about Miss Stephanie Crawford who's
Why she was included
Miss Maudie was included as a main character because shes wiser and older than the other characters. without her our view of "boo radley" would change. we wouldnt view him as a weirdo. for example she says "his names arthur and hes alive" after she corrects the children the reader views arthur as a more professional person. another example is when she says "foot-washers believe anything that pleasures is a sin". Because of their religion we view them differently.