After the attack, Boo gently carried Jem to Atticus so that Dr. Reynolds could take a look at him. At first, Atticus thought that Jem had killed Mr. Ewell, but Mr. Tate insisted that he fell on his knife. As they were arguing, Atticus realised that Boo had killed Mr. Ewell. Atticus and Mr. Tate knew that Boo would be killed if the town found out that he had killed Bob Ewell, and so they agreed that Mr. Ewell fell on his knife. When Atticus asked Scout if she understood the situation, she said “...
Even following the deaths of Boo's parents, Boo remained a recluse within his own home, where his mental state must have continued to deteriorate as the years passed by. This is injustice because boo is actually a really good person and he was treated wrong. a good example of is when he saved to kids. The Final figurative injustice and probably the greatest crime in the novel is when Bob Ewell tries to attack Jem and Scout.
Heathcliff is a miserable human being. Linton and Catherine’s ill-treatment was the cause of the transition, and his position in the household gave him faith and courage. To sum up, the changes in a character’s position greatly affected the
Creon begins to see how his pride lead him to this and sees how it could affect even more and starts to wonder what else his actions will do to him. The decision to punish Antigone he sees was not worth the death of his family. To conclude, Creon 's pride was his hamartia in many ways. It causes him to make decisions he wishes he didn 't. It leads him to do things that he does not actually want to do.
This quote is harsh, but the truth hurts. He continues on with how the Ewells live, and Scout quickly learns why education is important. Her desire to not return to school is quickly replaced with the desire to not be like the Ewells. Scout has the revelation as to why everyone can’t do as the please; Atticus successfully explains to his daughter the importance of obeying the ways of the
Would you want anyone to ban books so you couldn’t further your education? School Board members should not ban certain books because students can get more of a challenge from certain books, you also can get many life lessons from a more mature book, and students also get more of a choice which means more books to read. One reason I believe school board members should not ban books is because it gives students more of a challenge. For example, teachers like to challenge kids to read above their grade level and reading more mature books will get them there. However, how will they get assigned harder or more challenging books if those kinds of books are banned from the school library.
In the book “The Outsiders” two of our main character’s died because of bad parenting. There are a lot of examples of bad parenting in “The Outsiders”. If parents would have either listen or not abused their child some of our characters might still be alive. However, bad parenting can also an absence of limits on children , like one of the character in the novel Bob.
In my opinion, this makes the Clutter murder even more disgusting. Perry has issues in his childhood, and he was holding grudges from people who had previously hurt or wronged him. The clutter family was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. That means they did not at all deserve what happened to them, they were just collateral damage.
the audacity of that man or if you could even call him a man was impeccable. Even with that terrifying night, Jem and Scout still manage to surprise me even when facing death. Although it was Author that saved my kids life, I can’t thank him enough, other than to keep this night unheard of to the reste
I feel like this is heartbreaking to do to a poor child, ruining their mind and their brain by filling them with horrible things and drugs and alcohol. I think they shouldn’t get prosecuted because they are innocent and the adults are responsible for all of their
Atticus Finch is the parent of two children, Jean Louise Finch, formerly known as Scout and Jeremy Finch, formerly known as Jem in Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. Atticus is considered a role model in the eyes of a parent reading the novel, but what they do not know is how ineffective of a parent Atticus Finch really is. Atticus Finch is an ineffective parent because of his lack of safety for his children and the inability to control Jem and Scout outside of their home. Atticus constantly endangers Jem and Scout into situations they should not be exposed to at such an early age. Without the supervision of Atticus outside the Finch household, they commit acts of anarchy.
To Kill a Mocking Bird Literary Criticism Hero; a man who is admired for courage and bravery. Atticus Finch is established as this “hero,” in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, a book illustrating the setting for the mid 1930’s in the Deep South. The writer, Harper Lee portrays a different type of hero. A lawyer defending an African American. Some propose Mr. Finch was not a man of fortitude.
What separates a hero from any other ordinary person? A hero can benefit other people and has the features of a strong and bold person. Atticus Finch in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird not just has the features and characteristics of a hero but also demonstrates them. He does this whether it be through doing Maycomb’s dirty work or having a heroic job that he does in attempt to save the lives of innocent people.
To kill a mockingbird in a novel written by Harper Lee This novel is mostly covering the American racist society in the late 1950-60s. Atticus Finch is a major character in the novel, he was the father of Jem and Scout. Atticus is a very calm person, he doesn't get nervous in stressful situations “jem picked up the candy box and threw it in the fire. He picked up the camellia, and when I went off to bed I saw him fingering the wide petals. Atticus was reading the paper”p.149 .He
White moderates use a facade of political activism to disguise the intentional benefit of their racial and class privilege. While literary defenders of black rights such as Atticus Finch from To Kill a Mockingbird and Mr. Dalton from Native Son do make positive impacts in the black character’s lives, they are reminiscent of a greater theme of overlying racism with acts of progressivism. Finch defends a black man while discriminating against his maid and upholding racist institutions, and Dalton donates money to black organizations and hires disenfranchised black individuals while focusing his business model on the continued exploitation of those precise individuals. Dalton “charge[s]... Negro families “more rent for the same kind of houses