To Kill A Mockingbird Research Paper

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To Kill A Mockingbird Essay Lessons learned from Atticus To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, can make the reader ponder about the characters portrayed within the book. Jem and Scout, both learn valuable lessons which made them a mature character in the book.Throughout this book Scout learns to be courageous, tolerant and understands to view things in different perspective. Atticus plays a big role of teaching scout to be courageous through Ms. Dubose when he says courage is, “when you know you're licked before you begin but you begin anyway...(Page 149)." From this Atticus teaches that courage is more than pointing guns on each other , instead it is to try harder even when you know you will lose . Ms. Dubose actions portray courage when she decides to withdraw from her morphine addiction even though she knew it would be painful and maybe unsuccessful . Scout also learns courage when Atticus tells scout that, “I am simply defending a negro (page 100) ”. She then asks if he will win while defending a negro, “No,Honey (page 100)” was his answer. Scout learns courage from Atticus as she gets to know that he believes there is no chance of winning the trial, knowing he might be ridiculed around maycomb county,however he still gives it a thought because he believes in justice and equality.…show more content…
Heck Tate turns to Atticus and said , “Mr. Finch, this is a one-shot job ( page 126),” and agrees to try
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