• Persecuting the Innocent - to
    Harper Lee, three characters, Boo Radley, Tom Robinson, and Atticus Finch, all resemble mockingbirds, in that people persecute them for no reason. The people of Maycomb County victimize the innocent Boo Radley. His mysterious life interests the Finch children, Jem and Scout, and their friend...
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  • To Kill a mockingbird: Heroism
    , Atticus is telling Scout why he feels he needs to defend Tom Robinson. This is why I feel Atticus character shows the most heroism throughout the book. In conclusion, I believe the top three characters that show heroism in Harper Lee’s novel To Kill A Mockingbird are Atticus Finch, Tom...
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  • Brave
    faint-hearted. I had to get 3 staples, but I was proud because I was courageous and accepted my destiny. In conclusion, even the subtle act of courage makes a difference; to be courageous takes power or strength. In To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch has his own definition of courage. He says...
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  • Atticus Finch 3
    Atticus Finch, a dedicated lawyer and compassionate father of two, shows many instances of great courage as he fights against racism to ensure justice when an innocent black man is accused of rape in a small southern town. His actions through out the trial, as well as his personal life, each one...
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  • How Does Atticus Creates an Impact on Society in Maycomb in the Book "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee
    . She wants me to come every afternoon after school and Saturdays and read to her out loud for two hours. Atticus, do I have to?” “Certainly,” said Atticus. In conclusion, we all, as readers, see that Atticus has an impact in some way on every person living in Maycomb county either directly or...
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  • To Kill a Mocking Bird Comparative Essay
    for their family and yet they differ when it comes to their parenting methods and views on society. In conclusion although Alexandra and Atticus are family they are more different then the same. To kill a mockingbird...
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  • Contrast the Views of Atticus and Miss Maudie to the Rest of Maycomb with Regards to the Radleys.
    be by now”. This was unlike the people of Maycomb who took no sympathy on him. In conclusion, Atticus and Miss Maudie view the Radleys with respect for them and their privacy, as well an objective mind on them, unlike the people of Maycomb who have no respect for them and their privacy, as well as having a prejudiced and bias mindset towards the Radleys already....
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  • Robert Scott
    . In conclusion, Atticus shows excellent courage and standard behavior, in many instances, throughout the book. Not by winning brawl fights or killing, but by standing up for what he believed was right in a civilized but determined style. His strongest motivation, however, were his children. He...
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  • critical lens essay
    minded. Furthermore; in the book To Kill a Mockingbird, the quote is applied when Atticus was able to take people into a different mindset or place and open their intellect by getting the towns people to inquire about things they never would have thought of. In conclusion, H.M Tomlinson quote Im...
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  • To Kill a Mockingbird
    the problems of racial prejudices, inequality and racial discrimination. In a small Southern town in the 1930’s, it took exceptional courage for a white person to take a stand against racism. In Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird, the main character - a smart experienced lawyer Atticus...
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  • Human nature and the expression of morals
    Mockingbird, there are several instances where standards of human morality fluctuate. In both novels, such examples convey the authors’ views of what is morally acceptable and what is not. This paper will address how select characters such as Atticus Finch, Tom Robinson, Bob Ewell, Ralph, Jack...
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  • Balls
    city all from accusations. In his conclusion, Atticus states, “The state has not produced one iota of medical evidence to the effect that the crime Tom Robinson is charged with ever took place. It has relied instead upon the testimony of two witnesses whose evidence has not only been called into...
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  • To Kill A Mockingbird
    witnessed through Mr. Ewell’s actions of once again not owning up to his affairs and blaming a helpless and innocent African American for his own wrong doings, which is selfish and is where Lee proves cowards blame others for their own mistakes. In conclusion, Atticus and Tom show acts of courage...
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  • Tkam
    needed a lot of courage to leave his house and he still doesn't want any credit for it. The title “To Kill a Mockingbird” represents Tom Robinson and Boo Radley, the true mockingbirds in this story. In conclusion, this essay has shown how the theme of racism, the character of Atticus Finch and the two sub-plots keep the reader's attention....
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  • Jem Finch - to Kill a Mockingbird
    Jeremy Atticus Finch is a main character in, "To Kill a Mockingbird" but most readers know him as Jem. Jem is Atticus Finch's son and Jean Louise "Scout" Finch's brother. Jem is an athletic boy with an average build. He is nearly ten years old and is very brave and adventurous. (Lee 7) Jem's...
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  • Compare and Conttrast
    delight in music, instruments and poetry, schoolmasters will I keep within in my house, fit to instruct her youth” (1.1.92-94) Linking Statement – In conclusion Atticus shows the audience that he knows what’s best for his children because he knows that his children shouldn’t be doing whatever they...
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  • Scout's Voyage to Adulthood
    novel takes place in the 1930's in a typical southern society. Once Atticus chooses to defend Tom Robinson, a black man, Scout faces many challenges and she discovers numerous facts about life. Throughout the novel To Kill a Mockingbird Scout grows up and learns that one should not be prejudiced...
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  • To Kill a Mockingbird Summative Assessment Essay
    levelers, and in our courts all men are created equal”(233). Atticus is saying that the courts juries shouldn’t base their conclusions on the color of the defendant’s skin but on the evidence itself. Atticus believes that law supposed to be applied fairly to everyone. The law should be applied fairly...
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  • To Kill a Mockingbird Essay
    they would turn his life into something he did not want by glamourizing how he saved Scout and Jem. “Mr. Finch, Mr. Tate said stolidly, Bob Ewell fell on his knife. He killed himself” (272). In conclusion the valuable lessons that Atticus teaches and demonstrates to his children (Jem and Scout...
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  • To Kill a Mockingbird
    To Kill a Mockingbird: To take advantage of someone weaker that You Harper Lee I. Introduction: This book seen through the eyes of Scout Finch, a 6 year old Alabamian in the 1930’s, during the depression. She has the honor to be the daughter of one of the towns’ bravest lawyers, Atticus...
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