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Maudie mean when she says that Atticus "is the same in his house as...

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what does Miss.

Maudie mean when she says that Atticus "is the same in his house as he is on the public streets"?
what does this show about how others in the town think of him?

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Miss Maudie means that Atticus doesn't put on an act in public to pretend to be someone else he is not.
He acts the same in private and public.
This shows that others in the town think of him as honest and unlikely to exaggerate.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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