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To kill a mockingbird To Kill A Mockingbird: Atticus Finch The bountiful love between a parent and a child is mysteriously unique and special. It is as if there were a world-wide pact, that all of man acquiesced to always love their children and show them compassion all their lives. Parents show their children they love them day by day, endlessly, in a myriad of ways. Atticus Finch raises his children with the same type of love, if not more, but in a not so typical way. In To Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, Atticus Finch provides his children with an education and allows them to develop their own personalities by giving them more freedom than the average child. Atticus Finch demonstrates his love for Jem and Scout by providing them with an education. For example, although Scout abhors school enough to pretend being ill, Atticus continually urges her on through the tedious school years. Atticus loves Scout enough to see that obtaining an education is extremely important. However, rather than forcing Scout
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