What do Atticus and Aunt Alexandra argue about in Chapter 16?
Also know, what have Aunt Alexandra and Atticus been arguing about?
Summary: Chapter 15 Later, Jem tells Scout that Alexandra and Atticus have been arguing about the trial; she nearly accused him of bringing disgrace on the family. The following evening, Atticus takes the car into town.
Additionally, how does Atticus react to Aunt Alexandra? Aunt Alexandra tells Atticus that since she has moved in, they can dismiss Calpurnia. Atticus said that Calpurnia is already part of the family and the children see her as something close to mother.
Additionally, what do Atticus and Alexandra disagree about in Chapter 15?
Atticus and Alexandra disagree about how to deal with children. Alexandra wants to fire Calpurnia and not let Scout run around, but Atticus said that Calpurnia helped raise Jem and Scout and he couldn't have done it without her, and puts his foot down.
Why does Aunt Alexandra scold Atticus at breakfast?
When Calpurnia leaves, Aunt Alexandra scolds Atticus for talking about Mr. Underwood in front of Calpurnia, since all the black people in town talk. Atticus acidly says that they might be quiet if they didn't have so much to talk about. Atticus says that he is.