Character Analysis Scout
Character Analysis: Scout Scout is brave and curious; upon the story she finds ways to keep on going and to not give up. Although throughout the story she is hurt and offended, she was most conflicted at school. For the first time Scout went to school, she faced the real world. She found how the real world acts and works. So later on she becomes more curious and decides to find answers to all of her questions. The first day of school, Scout finds the hardship of the real world. First, her teacher doesn’t like her. Then, her peers find ut her dad is a negro-lover because he defends a Negro in a court case.
Scout is annoyed and tries to solve the problem with violence. Although she is a girl, she stands up for her family name and is being brave and strong. During the first day of school, the teacher gets aggravated at Scout for knowing how to read on the first day of school, especially when she wants to teach and not have any bad habits catching on. So now Scout is always bored, waiting for the class to slowly catch up. Scout plays a major role in the book so far. She takes everyone through the few beginning years f her life. She as a little girl is very curious.
As she steps into the real world, she notices the struggles she will go through and as she goes on, few people encourage her. Atticus, Jem, Dill, and Calpurnia care for Scout the most. They take care of her everyday; even Boo Radley cares about Scout. Scout and Jem are like a pair and they go on some crazy adventures from trying to talk to Boo to rolling in a tire down the street. Even making a snowman to try to make it look like a neighbor. Throughout the story she stands up for Atticus; sometimes she uses her fist to get out her frustration r she calmly walks away and thinks about what Atticus would say.
Atticus is all about being moral; Scout has learned many lessons from Atticus, especially not using her fists to let out anger. Atticus has been a great role model for Scout; Scout throughout the story holds back to violence because she feels Atticus doesn’t think violence is the way to solve her problems. Calpurnia helps support the importance of Scout; Calpurnia taught Scout how to write and that has made Scout ahead in class. Scout is a curious girl; all throughout the book she asks so many questions because she Just ants to know.