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I find it very ironic how some people get away with actions that are "wrong" or "different."Although times have changed and always will in the future, their are many situations that call for the rules or laws to be bent.Personally, I come across these situations daily and still say, "That's not fair!" and "Why do they get to get away with that?"After thinking it over a while, I usually conclude that it's probably for the better, even though others don't agree.Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird also shows us some examples.
At school, Scout and Miss Caroline meet Burris Ewell.Burris is obviously a troublemaker and causes Miss Caroline much distress.He ends up walking out of school on thefirst day.This did not alarm the most of the students because most of them knew about the Ewell's situation.That night, Atticus explained to Scout that the Ewells had never done as honest days work.The truant officer said that after they were on roll thefirst day that she had done her job.Atticus said that it's silly to force someone into a new environment and in this case, it's better to bend the law.
This idea of bending the law also applies to one of Boo's situations.On Halloween night, a pageant was held instead of the usually festivities.Just about everyone in town was present, including Scout dressed as a ham.After the event was over, Atticus allowed Jem and Scout to walk home through the forest alone.As they were making their way through, they were attacked by a person who turned out to by Bob Ewell.He attacked both the children, knocking Jem out.Then suddenly, a dark mysterious figure appeared and started to struggle with Bob Ewell.It was later confirmed that this unknown figure was in fact Boo Radley.Boo ended up Ewell by stabbing him, and then carrying Jem home to bed.When the sheriff and Atticus performed a primary investigatio…