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Even though this seems like a negative relationship and seems as if though it can never get better, the relationship between Scout and Calpurnia changes. As Go Set a Watchman opens, year-old Jean Louise Finch travels from New York City to her hometown of Maycomb, Alabama, to visit her aging, ailing father, Atticus. (In these activities, we use “Jean Louise” to indicate the character in Go Set a Watchman and “Scout” to. She serves as a bridge for Jem and Scout between the white and black communities. Calpurnia could be the mother Jem and Scout never had because she is.
Whether those relationships are positive or negative, depends on how long Scout has known them, what kind of people those adults are, and their background. The two of them have a beautiful relationship and they both love each other very dearly.
When Scout first introduces us to Miss Maudie in chapter 5she tells us all the nicest things about her. She talks about how much she and Jem trusted Miss Maudie and what a good friend she was. This is also why Scout respected Miss Maudie so much and why she told her: Miss Maudie always made cakes for Scout, Jem and Dill, and she invited them over to eat them and also to play in her backyard. One summer, Scout spent the whole second half of the summer with Miss Maudie.
Essay: To Kill A Mockingbird
Basically, Scout admired Miss Maudie. She was her hero. Calpurnia is a very important character in the novel. Scout never liked Calpurnia very much, mostly because she always complained about her behaviour. Their battles were epic and one-sided.
Exploring the Relationship between Scout/Jean Louise and Calpurnia
Calpurina always won, mainly because Atticus always took her side. At that time, she was too young to realize that Calpurnia only tried to help her and teach her so she would be literate and know more useful things.
Even though this seems like a negative relationship and seems as if though it can never get better, the relationship between Scout and Calpurnia changes through the novel. Role in the story: Calpurnia is very stict with the kids and has been teaching them to read and write, which has made Scout and Jem a lot smarter then the other kids in their class.
Jem says that it was the same for him until he reached the sixth grade and started to learn useful information.
- Group 5- Calpurnia
Calpurnia is an important and cherished member of the Finch family, shown when Aunt Alexandra wants to fire her, but Atticus refuses obstinately. For example, she teaches Scout to treat everybody equally no matter what their social status is. Calpurnia is an extremely emotionally strong woman.
She speaks what's on her mind and she teaches Jem and Scout to do the same. She is also a incredibly hard-working women. She takes on the families responsibilities and never complains. Just as Atticus quotes in chapter three, "We couldn't operate a single day without Cal, have you ever thought of that? You think about how much Cal does for you, and you mind her, you hear?
To Kill A Mockingbird- Chapter 4 Study Guide
Church, she lowers her level of grammar as to sound like the other people who attend her church, who are mostly uneducated. She is a very humble. Even though Cal is much more educated than the members of her church she doesn't flaunt it. She simply trys to fit in.
Cal is a very courageous, as she showed us in chapter 12 when Lula was pestering her about Jem and Scout. Cal simply took the kids under her arms and said that we all have the same god so they all can worship together.
This took a lot of courage seeing she stood up to Lula in front of the whole church. Calpurnia is very strict with Scout.