An Analysis Of Scout's Identity In To Kill A Mockingbird, By Harper Lee

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Scout who lives in a male dominated society, soon embraces her identity. Her father, Atticus, and brother Jem, who both live with her impact Scout towards male dominance. Scout feels like she’s being pressured into being someone who she’s not. Later on, Scout soon struggles that wanting to be herself won't be enough and that she doesn’t have to prove to anyone that she’ll act differently towards others. Scout does many masculine activities that make her feel like who she wants to be makes her true identity who she really is.

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