The responsible for the observers to the victim which sometimes the people offers to help, but they also fearing that what the result will put them in a negative position. To have empathy to the victim is very important when other’s human rights are violated. From my reading novel “To kill a mockingbird” by Harper Lee, “Night” by Elie Wiesel, the article “obedience of Rwanda” and the “Gang rape raises questions about bystanders”, all of the text examples above identify the answers the readers need. Would the action of the observer change anything? Should people have responsible to the situation?
People offer to help the victim because they know how horrible the event and the consequence will be. In the novel “To kill a mockingbird” by Harper Lee, Boo Radley bravely saved scout and Jem when they almost got killed by Bob Ewell, as it stated “Anyway, Jem hollered and I……”Hey, Boo.” I said.” (p.270) often when people see someone got hurt by some violation, if the observer is with no one else beside themselves, the observer won’t want to get involved in this situation. But Boo Radley can’t watch this happen, even actually react and save the victim. Often people just curse the villain but don’t really react or have the courage to help the victim. The determination and the courage of Boo Radley are what the people got to learn about. In addition, same as from the novel “To kill a mockingbird”. When Mayella and her father were tried to falsely incriminate Tom Robinson by rigging wrong events and evidence, Atticus as a lawyer was voluntarily tried to prove to the jury that Tom Robinson is innocent “The state has not produced……..walking straight toward Atticus.”(P.203-206)This quote shows that Atticus is very lucid about what his goal and what he were trying to tell the people. When a good innocent man has been in a maliciously false by someone, it’s very important that people lucid knows what their responsibility to the situation. Both Characters the author creates...
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