How is the unity of the Finch family shown in the book?
This question was asked 6 months ago, but I’ll answer it anyways The unity of the finch family is shown in various parts of the book. The parts where I noticed it the most were when Aunt Alexandra and/or Uncle Jack were around.
They were always trying to get Scout to act like a “proper young lady”. Pfff, thats obviously not the way Scout wants to be and Atticus goes out of his way to defend Scout in that matter by telling Alexandra that Scout should be able to act the way she wants, within reason, and that they aren’t her kids.
This part in the book really shows that the Finch family, or at least Atticus, Jem, and Scout are unified even though Atticus usually won’t show it in the book because of his solid, professional character.