Atticus Showed Courage

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Intro: Courage is something that can be seem throughout the book called: To Kill a Mockingbird. The people who demonstrated courage the most were Atticus Finch, Boo Radley, and Scout Finch. Those three character showed courage in different ways. Atticus showed moral courage, Boo Radley showed physical courage, and Scout showed Body 1: Atticus showed the most courage in the book by standing up for what he believed was right. He took the case to defend a black man who was accused of rape by a white girl. Back in the day most of the courts were run by white people and when black people were accused of a crime they would not get a fair hearing. Tom Robinson was the man who was accused of rape and Atticus was defending him. Atticus knew that…show more content…
A lot of people viewed Boo Radley as a monster who could not leave is house. That was not the case Boo was a nice person who helped people without them knowing some times. One night Scout and Jem were walking home after the event they were attended, Bob was following the kids home and he was intened trying to hurt them. Jem was attacked by Bob and Jem told his sister to run home. Scout was knocked down because of the custom she was wearing. Boo managed to get Bob off of Jem and in the struggle he stabbed Bob. Bob dies because of the stab wound. Bob also showed by charring Jem home because he was also home and never coming out his house for the most of the book. Body 3: Conclusion: Throughout the book there many courage acts that take place. Atticus Finch, Boo Radley, and Scout have demonstrated courage act more than any of the other characters in the book. Atticus take his children respect and he defend a black in a time frame where a lot of white men would have not done. Boo Radley was seen as a bad person in the ends of Scout, Jem and most of the other citizens who lived in Maycomb. Boo Radley saved Scout and Jem when they were attacked by Bob Ewell on their way home for school after they attended an event which was after
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