Egalitarianism In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Atticus, a character in To Kill A Mockingbird, a book written by Harper Lee, is a very calm, determined, and is egalitarian, even in the most absurd situations. First of all, Atticus is calm. Whenever he is faced with a problem or an issue comes up he always addresses it in a calm and collective way. Atticus never raises his voice, if so rarely. In the text, it says, “ ‘Atticus didn't bat an eye, just took out his handkerchief and wiped his face and let Mr. Ewell call him names wild horses could not bring her to repeat.’ ”(217). This shows that even in dangerous situations Atticus always will remain calm and collective. Secondly, Atticus is determined to stand up for what he believes in, no matter how hard the task may be or how much the rest
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