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What is the golden rule in To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter 8?
Last Updated: 3rd January, 2020
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Similarly, what is the golden rule in To Kill a Mockingbird?
The golden rule says that people should treat others in the way that they would want to be treated. Atticus often teaches his children the golden rule by telling them to walk in other people's shoes. He wants Scout and Jem to learn empathy.
One may also ask, what is an example of the Golden Rule in Chapter 12 To Kill a Mockingbird? An example of the Golden Rule in this chapter is when Reverend Sykes tried to get up a collection for Helen to help her with her problem of not being able to get enough money and be able to take care of herself herself since she can't get a job because her husband, Tom, was accused of being a rapist.
Hereof, what is the main idea of Chapter 8 in To Kill a Mockingbird?
At the beginning of Chapter 8, we learn that the winter of Scout's second-grade year is proving to be eventful. First, Mrs. Radley dies over the wintertime, and Scout and Jem can't help but theorize that Boo killed her. They are even somewhat disappointed when Atticus informs them that she died of natural causes.
What lesson does Scout learn in Chapter 8?
Chapter 8. Scout experiences her first snow, and she learns that it's both "hot" to the taste and "so cold it burns" to the touch. The kids also learn that, according to Mr. Avery, it's their fault for the unseasonable weather; and that a snowman doesn't have to be all-white.