The Ewells belong to the poor class and have no sense of self respect, cleanliness, education, or hard work. They do not try to become good people and are quite satisfied with the bad activities they indulge in. They have no concerns about what people might think of them. The Ewells are selfish people as they always try to cheat, steal and borrow things; in addition to all this, they are also alcoholic. Bob Ewell, the head of the family, always tries to steal money for alcohol, and he never tries to provide food for his family with fair means. On the whole, the Ewells are notorious in the community, and are generally shunned.
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The Cunninghams belong to the lower class but they have earned respect from everyone in the community. They are very hard working and always meet people with a great level of affection and simplicity. The Cunninghams love education and all of their children attend school regularly. Despite having passed through hard times economically, they always seem ready to help others in every possible manner. The whole community gives due respect to the Cunninghams and they make sure they deserve it.
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