Analysis Of Harper Lee 's ' Kill A Mockingbird '

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Final Essay Rough Draft Throughout the years women have always been seen as a lesser value on comparison to men. Women are always shaped and molded a certain way to society’s liking. They have been told to act and behave a certain way because that is what is expected of them. Of course there is also the view of certain women that like to fit those expectations. Yet for men, they are influenced and respected when they act as they please and stand out from other men. It is extremely unfair to discriminate women and push them into being a certain way when women have so much potential to offer. Women back then and even now are being limited to a life that is already chosen for them. They are given an ideal as to how a women should behave and what she should wear, as well as inequality in having a job.
From the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee we are introduced to the main character a young girl whose name is Jean Louise Finch “Scout”. We are then also introduced to other female characters who make a big impact throughout the novel, Scout’s Aunt Alexandra, and the house maid Calpurnia. She has a very distinct family beginning with her father Atticus Finch who is very open with her and for the most part lets her do as she pleases. There is also her brother Jeremy Scout “Jem” who is very protective of her at times yet can also be very judgmental. And, even more her Aunt Alexandra who is very particular as to how a little lady should behave and dress. Lastly, there is…
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