MISS MAUDIE

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Jacob A

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MISS MAUDIE by Mind Map: MISS MAUDIE

1. BELIEFS & VALUES

1.1. Treat everyone child or adult the same

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1.2. Right in the world

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1.3. Respect the Coloured

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1.4. Value

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2. ACTS LIKE

2.1. Respectful

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2.1.1.1. Miss Maudie, treats the children as she does adults, as well as Negros's

2.2. Kind

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2.2.1.1. She is kind to the children and believes that she should be kind to everyone

2.3. Equal rights

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3. MOTIVATED BY

3.1. Emotion

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3.2. Emotion

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4. HOW OTHERS SEE HER

4.1. Kind and caring

4.1.1. When Scout was no longer able to hang around with her brother and dill, she turned to Miss Maudie for company.

4.1.1.1. Miss Maudie was like another mother figure towards Scout. Miss Maudie was accepting of Scout and the way she acted and didn't try to make her more 'lady like' and she did not think there was anything to change.

4.2. someone to turn to for guidance

4.2.1. "There are just some kind of men who-who're so busy worrying about the next world they've never learned to live in this one, and you can look down the street and see the results." -Miss Maudie (52)

4.2.1.1. Miss Maudie was always there for Scout when she had a question or was confused about something and was unsure what to do, she was about to give Scout advise about things that her father would not tell her but Scout would want to know.

4.3. Strong and independent

4.3.1. "Don't you worry about me, Jean Louise Finch. Why, I'll build me a little house and take me a couple of roomers and--gracious, I'll have the finest yard in Alabama. "

4.3.1.1. After Miss Maudie's house had burned down she did not want Scout to worry for her. She knew she would be okay and would be able to get through the situation on her own.

5. LOOKS LIKE

5.1. Quality

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6. TEXTUAL ISSUES OR CONCERNS LINKED TO THIS CHARACTER

6.1. Concern

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