Explain Aunt Alexandra’s ideas about breeding and family. Why does Atticus tell them to forget it? Whose view is right?Harper Lee’s To Kill a…

Explain Aunt Alexandra’s ideas about breeding and family. Why does Atticus tell them to forget it? Whose view is right?Harper Lee’s To Kill a…

Explain Aunt Alexandra’s ideas about breeding and family. Why does Atticus tell them to forget it? Whose view is right?Harper Lee’s To Kill a…

Explain Aunt Alexandra’s ideas about breeding and family. Why does Atticus tell them to forget it? Whose view is right?Harper Lee’s To Kill a…

Aunt Alexandra thinks that families have certain traits that are passed down in their bloodlines.  These make some families good and others bad.  She believes that the Finches are one of the good families.She says that this means that Jem and Scout must act in certain ways that are appropriate to upper crust people.Atticus tells them to forget it because he does not want them acting as if they are better than other people just because of who their family is.I totally agree with Atticus.  Being part of some family is not important to your character.  It is who you are that matters.
Explain Aunt Alexandra’s ideas about breeding and family. Why does Atticus tell them to forget it? Whose view is right?Harper Lee’s To Kill a…
Explain Aunt Alexandra’s ideas about breeding and family. Why does Atticus tell them to forget it? Whose view is right?Harper Lee’s To Kill a…
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Explain Aunt Alexandra’s ideas about breeding and family. Why does Atticus tell them to forget it? Whose view is right?Harper Lee’s To Kill a…
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