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... the book. You mean we cant play anymore, I asked (Lee 16). Had the story not been told by a child the entire theme of the book would be widely different. Nevertheless the youthfulness of this quote creates an immediate mental picture of how simplistic the life was for the Finch children before they learned about racial hatred. After all, if Aunty could be a lady at a time like this, so could I (Lee 237). Another thing Scout brought to the story was her thoughts. All of the comments she made were so honest and original that you could just see the innocence slowly becoming seen less and less. Atticus he was real nicemost people are Scout when you finally see them (Lee 281). Scouts final words stay true to herself and her character, she continues to see the truth and ultimately allows Atticus to have an epitome over the subject. The ability Scout has to see the truth allows her to continue to find the good in people, though just having been brutally attacked, shows the level of innocence she still possesses. The Inclusion of Scout in the book shows how powerful childrens minds are in figuring out the truth in life. Scout shows that children are stronger than adults because they can see and speak the truth. Kids strength in judging wrong from right is gift that only the innocent can achieve through their non-corrupted minds. In any case the theme of truth is prominent throughout the book engaging the ability to speak the truth, see the truth, and find the truth in life. Adding children also added fascination, excitement and virtue to the storyline. Though conflicts and changes, the truth can always be found in those minds that are free from corruption and bias.
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