To Kill A Mockingbird Argumentative Essay

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Nobody knows how to predict peoples’ reactions or actions, people could guess what might eventuate, but unexpected things take place every day to a numerous amounts of people. Each day a new event occurs, that is the definition of life, a journey full of unanticipated circumstances. Feelings are the most unexpected, where people never know how to react to a conflict which they were not prepared for. Unforeseen circumstances occur to various types of people, who did not know where a feeling like courage came from to solve their own conflicts or to help other people to stand up and speak their opinions without having a fear of someone judging them. Standing up and speaking for what people think, is a positive way to improve society; it is not disrespectful in the present time, society has different opinions about people who stands up for themselves in public without caring if it had offended another person.…show more content…
In the book, To Kill a Mockingbird, the main conflict is racism, which various events take place in an immense part of the book where their society is based on inequality. For instance, when Calpurnia brought Jem and Scout to her church Lula told her, “You ain’t got no business bringin’ white chillun here...they got their church, we got our’n. It is our church, ain’t it, Miss Cal?” (Pg.48-52). This showed that even though Jem and Scout were Atticus’s children, and Atticus Finch was helping Tom Robinson one of them, Lula still did not accept white people on their church, no matter who they were, it also showed that from Lula’s point of view, white people could not come into their church because it was full of only colored people and they did not have the right to go inside since they had their own church. Courage, a feeling that reinforce every person in the world. To take action in every conflict people need to have the courage to accept the consequences

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