How Does Atticus Change To Kill A Mockingbird

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The world challenges the limits of everyone's vision to widen our views. What you see depends on how you look at it, and the angle in which you are looking at it from. In order for the world around us to change; we must ready ourselves for change too. Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird is narrated through the eyes of Jean Louise ‘Scout’ Finch, but has an unexpected component. It is written from Scout's point of view as a child and as an adult. This combination adds tremendously to the novel’s motif of maturity, and challenges the reader to She tells the story as an adult Scout had finally done what Atticus has been urging her to do throughout most of the book. She placed herself in someone else's shoes to see the world through their eyes.-

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