They had no other problems as to do their home duties and study.
Every day they had to dill with adults – stern and friendly at the same time – that taught them manners, rules of behavior and gave them valuable life lessons.
In the novel " To Kill A Mockingbird," by Harper Lee, and the short story " Harrison Bergeron," by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., conflict is caused because of the efforts of nonconformists.
Within the novel " To Kill A Mockingbird," more than one conflict is created.
Scout is a tomboy, she is always getting in fights with everyone.
After a peer, Cecil Jacobs, calls her father a, "nigger-lover," and announces that, " Scout Finches daddy defends Niggers," Scout gets ready to knock him out.The innocent children had to grow up into the adult world with a number of negative elements.Analyzing the first part of the novel, great attention should be paid to the childhood world of Jem, Scout, and Dill and especially to their relationship with Boo Radley. They found their father satisfactory: he played with them, read to them, and treated them with courteous detachment (Lee 3).Students should not be reading about certain subject matters until they are fully invested into that specific subject.Certain inappropriate topics are racism and dated subject matter.She taught them everything she could and was a good, but strict friend.Scout and Jem were almost the only children in their street.That’s the reason why is also treated as a pedagogical novel (Heath 1-5).Dill, a boy-neighbor, was from Meridian, Mississippi.Maycomb County is like a classic 1930 Alabama town, racist.Atticus is approached with an immense amount of criticism, including neighbors accusing him of being," No better than the niggers and trash he works for." Atticus refuses to conform to the popular theory against blacks, and stays strong throughout the case.