What pattern do you see in Part I of the novel, and what do you think is the significance of this particular pattern in the text (i.e., how does it relate to your understanding of what is going on)?

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Name Professor Title Date Essential Nature of Human Beings The novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” has two parts. Part one of the novel primarily deals with the characters of Scout, Atticus, and Jem as well as the innocent reaction of the youngsters toward the racial chauvinism that is predominant in their town. The Children’s fascination with Boo Radley drives part one of the novel. The adventures of Jem and Scout has some direct link to their growing up and learning lessons from their dad. Atticus Finch, a father of Scout and Jem, is a morally passionate lawyer. Thus he exposes his children to similar experience that aid in shaping their sense of right and wrong. However, Jem and Scout end up having a different conclusion about good and evil as well as the essential nature of human beings. The pattern that is evident in part one of the novel is the exploration of the moral nature of humanity, thus trying to find out if human beings are fundamentally evil or good. Part one of the novel approaches this issue by dramatizing Jem and Scout transition from childhood perspective in which they assume that all people are good since they don’t know evil, to adulthood perspective in which they have met evil and now they must incorporate evil in their new understanding of the world. Their father Atticus plays an important role in teaching his town as well as his children. According to Atticus people contain both aspects of good and evil “you never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view until you climb his skin and walk around in it” (Lee 30). In spite of the challenges Atticus faces to overcome the town’s intensely ingrained

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