A FATHER'S LESSON TO HIS CHILD: A Book report of symbolizism within TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. Shows the Atticus's relationship with his children and important lessons.

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A Father's Lessons to his Children A Father is like a child's superman in the early years of age. To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, takes you back to childhood in the South during the Great Depression. Our main character, Scout Finch, shares her story of growing up in Maycomb, Alabama where she is the youngest child out of two. She lived along her widowed father, her brother, Jem, and Calpurnia, the house cook. …

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…a great parent as well as a teacher and helped his children learn life's valuable lessons the best way he could. He was a widowed parent as well as a lawyer, and had always found the time to be with his children. Jem and Scout are likely to grow into respectful adults of morals and values. Consequently, Scout and Jem learned values through Atticus, who has been a role model as well as a teacher.