Gender Roles In To Kill A Mockingbird

Imagine that you were living in Maycomb County, Alabama during the time of To Kill a Mockingbird and there were different gender roles such as The Southern Gentleman and The Southern Lady and Belle. In my opinion, Atticus represents the ideal Southern Gentleman. Also Miss Maudie represents the ideal Southern Lady.

To begin, Atticus represents the ideal Southern Gentleman. According to the document," The commandment of the code of the gentleman... dictated a recognition of the inherent inequality of man and the acceptance of the idea that certain men were born to and that others, the great majority, were born to follow and serve.” This piece of evidence demonstrates how Atticus ...

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Added: 10/4/2017 08:52:37 PM
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