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Why does Aunt Alexandra come to stay with Atticus and his family?
What is she like?
Aunt Alexandra decides to come live with Atticus to help around the house during Tom Robinson's trial and to instruct Scout in how to be a lady. She is an imposing figure, and Scout describes her as being like Mount Everest:
Read the first two things Alexandra says when she comes to the Finch house.
Are these typical of her or not?
She's being extremely bossy, pushy, often gets in other people's business, and always acts so “high and mighty
Alexandra thinks Scout is “dull” (not clever).
Why does she think this, and is she right?
Are all adults good at knowing how clever young people are?
She thinks Scout isn't clever because Scout doesn't talk to Aunt Alexandra. Her answers are succinct and monosyllables. Adults usually are not good at telling how clever a child is based on the child's vocabulary because children are often more verbal around their peers than adults.
How does Aunt Alexandra involve herself in Maycomb's social life?
She joins every club possible and invites the women over to the house.
Comment on Aunt Alexandra's ideas about breeding and family.
Why does Atticus tell them to forget it?
Who is right, do you think?
Aunt Alexandra bases her opinions of family on one person in the family. For example, if one person drinks, the whole family is full of drunks. The only family this doesn't apply to is her own. She believes that her family is perfect. Atticus sees how upset Scout is at trying to obtain this perfection, so he tells her to forget about it.