To Kill A Mockingbird Moral Education

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One of the subcategories of the book’s theme is the importance of the children’s moral education. The whole story is seen from Scout’s perspective so the narrator’s view is seen in the same way an adolescent would see things. When the children become older, they speak about morals with greater knowledge and narrate the story’s conflicts differently. Scout and Jem’s moral education primarily comes from their father, Atticus Finch. Atticus emphasizes kindness and stresses that there is good inside of everyone and he sets a correct moral conscious in the children. At school, the teachings of Miss Caroline and the other kids’ behavior both contradict Atticus and his teachings because the environment does not encourage understanding or sympathy
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