Most novels have one or more important lessons hidden in the story

Most novels have one or more important lessons hidden in the story. In Harper Lee’s novel To Kill A Mockingbird, there are many meaningful lessons that the main characters, Scout and Jem, learn throughout the novel, but the main lesson is when they learn to “walk in someone else’s skin”. Atticus, the kid’s father, teaches them that genuine understanding and acceptance can only be achieved when a person is truly willing to see things from another’s perspective.
Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose is an old lady that lives two houses from the Finch’s house. Most people’s opinion of her is that she is the “meanest old woman who ever lived” and Scout describes her as “plain hell”.Mrs. Dubose will yell insults at Scout and Jem from her porch every time they walk by her house.

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