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Last Updated: 18th Jun 2024

Who is Lula from To Kill a Mockingbird and why are they so special?

Calpurnia's Lula is a Calpurnia member who harasses Lula for bringing the Finch kids to services. Calpurnia and Lula do not get along.

Similar questions are asked about Lula in To Kill a Mockingbird.

Although Lula only appears once in the novel she is very prominent. Lula greets the Finch children when Calpurnia takes Jem, Scout and Scout to the African American First Purchase Church. Lula, in fact, is the only black voice that can express anger.

Another question that might be asked is, What do the children see about Calpurnia's conversation with Lula and Calpurnia? Scout and Jem are both intrigued to hear Calpurnia speak to Lula in an unusual way. As she describes it to the kids, she uses a black dialect called 'coloured folks talk'. When she's in the black area of town, she speaks in this manner.

Likewise, one might ask: What chapter is Lula in To Kill a Mockingbird's?

Lula in To Kill a Mockingbird. Calpurnia (the Finches' cook) takes the children to her church, which is made up of members of the black community in chapter 12 of To Kill a Mockingbird.

Who are Reverend Sykes and Lula Zeebo?

Scout and Jem were made to feel uncomfortable by Lula, the Calpurnia woman. Cal's son Zeebo makes Scout and Jem feel at home, as does Reverend Sykes who is Calpurnia’s preacher.