To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, The Cunninghams

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The book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee contain a very engaging family who are the Cunninghams. The Cunninghams are very poor; they are people who live in the woods. They are a family who depend highly on crops. Walter Cunningham, the ‘father’ of the family has to work hard on the cultivation of crops because crops is the only form of wages for them. The Cunninghams have no money. Their only way to …

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…very poor, and they had a way to survive by giving people their crops as money. I also thought that it is very mature of them not to receive anything from anyone if they do not have a way to repay them. It is a pity that people like Aunt Alexandra cannot see how great the Cunninhgams are. The Cunninghams are very poor, and honest people, but they are mistreated by part of the society.