If this happened to a person other than Atticus Finch they would most likely get really frustrated and say bad things about them. Atticus shows the theme by still treating Bob with just as much respect as before, even after he the man told him that he threatened to kill him. As you can see Atticus displays the theme that no matter who you are or what happens, everyone deserves respect from others. Atticus treats everyone with respect weather they are a poor farm boy, a black man accused of rape or even a man who tries to kill
Atticus was the only one who hadn’t refused because he didn’t believe in discrimination. "There are some men in this world who were born to do our unpleasant jobs for us” (219) , Atticus is one of those men who do humanity’s unpleasant jobs for us. Atticus’s strong character and moral values not only make him a metaphorical mockingbird, but overall a great man. Innocence is the motif that defines To Kill A Mockingbird. The humane, unbiased characters: Tom Robinson, Scout Finch, and Atticus Finch, are mockingbirds in the greater plan of this book, they don’t harm others and only release good into the world.
The amazing book winner of the pulitzer prize To Kill A Mockingbird by, Harper lee a wonderful novel. Atticus is a father of jem and scout while they all live in the small town of Maycomb. It makes sense for Atticus a lawyer to take a stand for a local black man accused of rapeing a white woman, Tom Robinson and his trial/case because, Atticus shows a lot of integrity and being the strong willed person that he is. The first reason for atticus to take a stand for Tom is because he possesses integrity. Atticus always accepted what came to him no matter the consequences or outcome.He did not complain about what happen with the court case and trial.He never backed down or changed his mind when heck tate and a mob came to his house threatening
He hadn’t done anything wrong to deserve such treatment from his community, yet as it says in paragraph forty-seven of the text, “Mr. Hooper [was] irreproachable in outward act, yet shrouded in dismal suspicions; kind and loving, though unloved, and dimly feared; a man never apart from men, shunned in their health and joy, but ever summoned to their aid in mortal anguish.” Due to the veil and the reactions of his peers, Father Hooper’s reputation is forever altered; tarnished by a black cloth draped over his
Mr. Gore is so perfect that does not commit any error of his own he is always right. Douglass already tired of not handling it anymore he converts into a man. Douglass shares how slavery was evil through powerful rhetoric and showing in regards the inhumane slavery in the
A great example of this is Hassan. Hassan stayed loyal to Amir throughout the entire story and could not think of him in a bad light. In fact, in the letters he left for Amir, Hassan talked to him like an old friend instead of someone who betrayed him. Assef was also a static character because he never changed from his cruel and evil ways. He enjoyed killing and raping and was the main antagonist of the story.
A Well Respected Man Atticus is a well respected man throughout the town of Maycomb. Although criticized openly he still continued to do the right thing for others People admired him for so many reasons. Three reasons he was an admirable person was one he was compassionate to others, he was caring, and finally he was brave. In the book “To Kill a Mockingbird” Atticus is well respected. One reason is because he was compassionate to others.
The people there claim that they raise their children to be good law abiding citizens who respect everyone then they act mean towards african americans just because of the color of their skin. Another time Atticus represented the theme was when he encountered all the men at the jail on page 201. The men wanted to kidnap Tom Robinson and lynch him but Atticus wouldn’t allow them. We later found out that Atticus did this without being armed meaning he had no weapons of any kind. Even when the men made it clear that they were going to attack Atticus he still calmly stood their and began to talk them out of it and with some assistance from Scout all the men left and Tom Robinson wasn’t harmed.
Most people try to have good morals, adults trying to raise kids are a perfect example. That's exactly what Atticus is doing in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. There are many instances where Atticus is showing extraordinary morals for himself and his family. Some would be dealing with hate the right way, another would be representing a black man in a time where segregation is very alive, lastly is making sure his family is religious. Its very clear that all of these traits/morlas are extremely important to Atticus.
Mayella was exacerbate when Atticus kept on calling her “Ma’am and miss.” (Doc:C) Judge Taylor told Mayella that Atticus was not making fun of her because he was being polite and of what she’s been through so Mayella got away with being rude to Atticus. “Now don’t you be so confident, Mr. Jem, ain’t ever seen any jury decide in a favor of a colored man over a white man…’” (Doc:D) The jury decided in favor of a colored man over a white man due to all the evidence that was found and leading to Mr. Ewell. “Tom Robinson was probably the only person who was ever decent to her.” (Doc:E) Tom helped Mayella with chores and not for one penny because he felt sorry for her and for her being white and left him vapid. In this time period race overpowered everything. Although Mayella is powerless when it comes to class and gender.