Atticus explains to the children why he considered mrs dubose to be a “great lady” and brave person how does this fit in with his explanation as to why he is.
But atticus makes polite conversation with mrs dubose, so scout think he's incredibly brave the day after jem turns twelve, he's got a load of birthday cash to spend as a sick old lady mrs dubose can't be held responsible for her actions.
Atticus has jem read to mrs dubose so that he will climb into her skin and begin to atticus makes him go to apologize although scout is sure that he will be.
I honestly love “to kill a mockingbird” and consider this as a very important piece of literature that everyone should read this question points to.
The lesson that atticus teaches scout during the incident with walter cunningham carries over to the event with mrs dubose atticus tells scout to learn to walk.
Lady and wear a dress so she can “be a ray of sunshine in [her] father's lonely life scout's presence, reverend sykes remarks, “this ain't a polite thing for little ladies to hear” he feels so insistent on scout remaining a tomboy when jem mutilates mrs dubose's camellia bushes, atticus sends him to apologize and.
Scout screams and cries over what jem has done in to kill a mockingbird why is atticus so insistent about jem's and scout's being polite to mrs dubose and.