Miss Maudie shows the reader why Jem and Scout respect her so much at the missionary tea party, Youâre mighty dressed up, Miss Jean Louise,â she said. âWhere are your britches today?â âUnder my dress.â showing Scout that she is not like all the other Maycomb ladies that her aunt wants her to be like and she does have a full understanding of her...
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Miss Maudie and Aunt Alexandra differ greatly in some aspects, as Miss Maudie has not time for hypocrisy and is always straightforward and honest with the children. The children can see that Miss Maudie is very like Atticus in many ways. She shares similar beliefs to Atticus especially about prejudice and lack of humanity...