Although some might believe John will have trouble being successful in the future because he lacks restraint, John will grow up to be a successful adult because he possesses responsibility, positive peer influences, and has developed restraint. To start, John will be a successful and contributing adult because he accepts responsibility for his actions, this is to be accountable for your actions, which is an important trait to have in life. For example, “There was no one else to blame anymore. No Bores or Old Ladies or Nortons, or Assassins waiting at the bridge. And there was no place to hide--no place across any river for a boatman to take us.”
He embraces all these roles, and does his best in all of them. He is not a perfect man, and he knows it is not a perfect world, but he tries very hard to be the best he person he can. He is only as wise as he is because of the different roles he plays. They each provide him with distinctive outlooks on
He leads by example. He defends Tom Robinson, even if the decision is unpopular. Expects his kids to stand up for what the belive in. He tells them the truth and wants them to tell the truth. He is very honest.
knowing this information david hasn 't done anything, they just continue on with their day. A couple of days later Jeremy get put into custody. In the eyes of court and law David is not wrong, but in the eyes of the people he need to sever has much time as his friend. I agree with the people. Where is his morals, you would take your friend side because of what, you were afraid to take heat from him that you know right from wrong and he doesn 't.
In conclusion, there are many illustrations of parenting in To Kill a Mockingbird. Some styles are caring, while others are more abusive. These men are all such unique people that it’s not a surprise when we see their own personalities and beliefs intertwine with their
He is a very wise man who has seen a lot and learned a lot from those experiences. Like he said “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view, until you climb into his skin and walk around in it. ”(Lee, 30) Scout kept on seeing this lesson repeated throughout the story. She saw it with Mrs. Dubois and her wanting to break her addiction.
The ideal person to Ayn Rand, author of “The Fountainhead,” is someone that does not allow their decisions in life to be affected by external sources, and is able to deal with the struggle of staying an individual in such a collectivist world. However unless this person lives in complete isolation, that is nearly impossible. Man struggles to stay this ideal person that Rand describes because of how difficult it is to be such a man. It is seen who is, and who is not affected by others through their actions, and motives in life. Peter and Toohey are both affected by the events in their past, meanwhile Roark stays unchanged throughout the entire book.
I knew how bad it looked. I didn't have much time, but the time I had, I operated” (p. 75) Andy is a very confident character that makes all the right moves. Whether it'd be outsmarting the inmates with words or knowing when to not say anything, he just stands out in a very positive way. The Rita Hayworth poster is a very deep symbol in the book.
Lastly , Atticus does not tell everyone about his business. Atticus keeps everything on the down-low except when people find out about a lot of things when there is a town gossip. I also think Atticus is also kind hearted for a few reasons. First, Atticus cares about
It is crucially important to realize that Atticus did not tell his children about him being known as the best shot in town because this shows how humble he really is. Although Atticus does not directly talk to his children about humility; readers are able to understand how important this quality is to him. When Scout finds out about this, she wants to tell everybody, but Jem said on page 130, “I reckon if he 'd wanted us to know it, he’da told us. If he was proud of it, he’da told us.” Jem realized that his father was so humble and not prideful, and he went on to say that he was a gentleman just like Atticus.
Atticus was a great man. He was kind, caring, respectful, well thought of, level headed, and anything and everything that a good lawyer and father should be. He is one too just wants what 's right, which is why he did his best to defend Tom, when the case shouldn 't have been given to him but a low man who just finished the bar Judge taylor gave him the case because he knew he would give it his all to bring out the truth. He also sees everyone as equals and does not believe that the whites are any better than the blacks. Attics makes points toward the jury that in any other place or time would have been ruled in Toms being not guilty but because of the segregation in the deep south of maycomb the jury had their mind made up before tom even
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).
Weislogel 1 Ben Weislogel Mrs. Crays English 9/10 28 April 2017 Atticus, the most Moral of Maycomb In Harper Lee's classic novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, Atticus Finch is faced with moral dilemmas and deals with each with the utmost integrity. When Scout asks why Atticus is defending a colored man, he replies "For a number of reasons, the main one is, if I didn't, I couldn't hold up my head in town, I couldn't represent this country in the legislature, I couldn't even tell you or Jem not to do something again"(75). He believed that not doing what was right would forfeit any moral authority he has ever had. A good example of Atticus using moral authority to correct others is when Jem had mutilated Mrs. Dubose's flowers, Atticus forced Jem to visit her and apologize(104).
Atticus is helping establish one of the main themes of this book, morality and ethics. He knows that Tom will not be acquitted, but he still gets the truth out which is a huge accomplishment. It leaves suspense in the story because the audience is not sure what it will accomplish, but they are hoping for something. It is important also because it shows one to take chances. Lee tries to get that across because nothing will happen unless someone tries to do something.
Because he is grounded in principles reflected in the Golden Rule, it also makes sense for Atticus to take a stand and defend Tom Robinson because he wishes to inculcate such virtues in his children, knowing that his actions will serve to be their apotheosis of an ethical person, both as their father and as a lawyer. Atticus knows that his actions will be Jem and Scout’s paragon of an ethical person, and although defending Tom coincides with his own moral beliefs, it also coincides with the example he wishes to set for his children. He wants them to understand the importance of taking a stand in a peaceful way, and wishes to instill these principles in them, knowing that their involvement in Tom Robinson’s court case will be the determinant