Atticus Ethos In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Atticus a well known lawyer in the little town of Maycomb in the book To Kill a Mockingbird. He comes up against a tough, rock solid case including an African American man and a young woman who grew up in poverty. Atticus has trust in the power in using the three models of rhetoric. Ethos,Pathos and Logos to prove to the jury that his client is innocent and can walk out of court that day a free man. (Lee). writes atticus attacked the supposed victim Mayela in this chapter by saying she just blame tom and innocent black man to possibly get rid of her guilt. Another way atticus used logos pathos, and ethos. During his final statement Atticus “unbuttoned his vest loosened his collar and took of his coat.” But Atticus has really never done

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