Scout was an unusual character in the story TKAM. In her own ways and social position, she is an phenomenal smart person like she was able to learn how to read before she had even started school. She has unique sense of confidence, like she can fight boys without any suspicion.
With in her social existence, she’s being a tomboy with a proper world in Southern Maycomb. In scouts’ own ways, she is unique because of Atticus. Scouts human behavior is often to baffle her, and atticus’s security to scout from all social tense to have her be open,well meaning, and forthright. Scout doesn’t like dressing or learning how to have refinement, she likes to wear overalls or learns how to climb trees with Jem and Dill. Scout is an legitimate, good hearted five year old who never had any experience with the devils of inside the world. As she developed her character into this novel, she is governed by questions if she will either develop from contact or imblemishedly be bruised, hurt, and possibly be completely be gone. Throughout this novel, scout finally notices that humanity is a great portion of the dastard, it can have a great capacity of the good. Scout will have to retain her conscience without having to be slutted whenever she encounters evil.
While Scout can have a good evil, she often can be mitigated if one or another approaches her as of having an outlook on her. Scout has a perspective as life develops on her childhood, like her innocence of evil to now having that stage in life of becoming a grown up. Scouts personal capable on assuming things that outlooks her marks with the culmination of TKAM, and will indicate social niceties. Atticus has matured her mind, without having to bog her in her own little fussy hypocrisies and the hands off parenting, she now can notion about her own behavioral morals in this novel. She doesn’t always speaks about things, but she will tell her teacher about for example, how one student was too poor to even pay Scout back for their own lunch.