To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

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Atticus Finch is a single father of two children, Jem and Scout. Atticus Finch isn't the same as the rest of the fathers. Atticus was a good role model to his children. Atticus Finch treated his children with care, estimate, and equality. He taught his children to be wise and have morals, as well as teaching them right against wrong. Atticus would try his best to do the best thing in order for his children to learn. Atticus told Scout, “You have to put yourself inside somebody’s skin and walk around in it before you can get to know them, and judge them.” Atticus tries to teach his children what's going on in world, and how people think and react in this world. He wants his children to learn how to get to know people instead of judging them. He teaches his children how to stay strong even when there are people trying to hurt you. But you need to know how to deal with them, and not let them hurt you! Also, he teaches them how they have to believe their opinion but not someone else's. For example, Scout doesn't understand that people don't have to fight to solve problems! However she's very reckless. Fortunately, Atticus shows Scout how to get over what’s going on in life. Along with trying to let them see how other people are living, how their life is difficult, and how they deal with cases before even thinking of it. Besides, Jem wants to learn to be a real man, a strong man, a gentleman just like his father! Jem's personality is hiding his feeling, emotions

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