How Is Atticus Portrayed In To Kill A Mockingbird

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In, the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, there were many themes that were supported in the novel. Harper Lee gave many general themes that were shown throughout the chapters of the novel. Atticus, who is one of the main characters of the novel input the aspect of life lessons to his children. One of the common themes that are shown throughout the novel is injustices. Atticus would greatly agree that the world that he lived in was unfair, sometimes. Certainly, the trail that Atticus had to take on with a black man going against a white woman, shows that racism and injustices were taken placed in the society that they lived in. In order for something to be injustices, things would have to be biased and greatly unfair for one side

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