Many would argue that with Calpurnia’s faithful help and aunt Alexandra's diligent eye, along with Atticus’ presence and loyal neighbors, the Finches face no danger whatsoever. Although hated by many, Atticus’ close friends will never abandon his side. In such a small town, the dangers that seem prominent today, were miniscule matters. However, Atticus, as well as Aunt Alexandra and Calpurnia failed to keep a close guard over the children, and close friends are not always around when needed. With a greater amount of precaution, the Finch family could have live in peace and without
Togetherness is a means to exert control on one another while disintegration is viewed to free oneself from this control which is taken in a negative manner. According to sources, my uncle himself had a hard time detaching himself from the family. However, on persuasion he did move to the city but often found himself excessively worrying about his family. He would refrain going out with his friends preferring to stay indoors, nor participate in any company gatherings or events. In addition, he used to take extended leaves from his job, and soon he was dismissed.
His dad must’ve told him about these things, since Pap has made many mistakes in life he has a good side to himself. Pap must’ve left his education for some reason Mark Twain doesn’t explain. So Pap doesn’t seem like a horrible person after all by teaching Huck that kindness to show other
Lastly, Henry defends Matthew from Hornbeck, and respects Matthew for who he is, even though Matthew is his opponent in court. When Matthew is taken to the doctor, Hornbeck starts to insult and denigrate Matthew. After a few exchanges between the two of them Hornbeck says that Henry is too soft-hearted because he is sad about the death of Matthew. Henry then replies, “Why? Because I refuse to erase a man’s lifetime?
Most of the jury was convinced the boy was guilty, but Juror 8 used relaxed tactics to change their minds. One of the last jurors to change his mind was Juror 3. He couldn’t be convinced at first, but eventually, he let Juror 8’s point sink in to add clarity. In addition, because of Juror 8’s civility, many jurors respected him. Juror 9 was one of the first jurors to show respect for Juror 8.
Sonny Blues Paul Pearshall once said “Our most basic instinct is not for survival but for family. Most of us would give our own life for the survival of a family member, yet we lead our daily life too often as if we take our family for granted”. In this story the conflict of responsibility takes place. A brother, who happens to be the narrator, blames his self for the events that takes place in his life, such as his brother sonny’s crack addiction. The Narrator feels responsible for his brother’s heroin addiction because he believed he shut his brother’s career goals down, felt as though he went against what his mother asked him to do, and because he chose not to believe that the way he treated his brother affected his brother life.
If Atticus had lashed out at Mr. Ewell, the community between that town and those two groups of people would have been even more disturbed than before. When Atticus lost the trial, “Atticus was standing under the streetlight looking as though nothing had happened” (284). Atticus didn’t act out in front of the trial audience and didn’t start saying rash things about the trial and how it was wrong. Even though he knew the outcome was wrong, he didn’t attempt to make the situation worse. If something doesn’t go a certain way that is ideal in society, their initial thought is usually to argue about it.
Some may say that innocent people must first experience how life works and that you don’t always get your way before you can have empathy for others and that Sam has always gotten his way because everyone takes pity on him. However, this is untrue because all his life he has been thought of as incapable and has not had the opportunities that typical people are offered. This has taught him that life is not always fair, but that doesn’t mean it is not worth trying to make the best out of the
This pushback is shown by multiple instances in which Jem and Scout are made fun of for their father is a “n****r lover”. Secondly, Atticus knows he is going to lose the case for he knows that the moral character of Maycomb is not high enough to be able to see true innocence on account of evidence. This realization did not deter him, for he believed that “the one place a man should get a square deal is in a courtroom” (295). Thus he delivered on behalf of his morals and completed the case. This again shows moral courage, for Atticus knew that he if he forfeited his defense of Tom Robinson the ridicule would stop.
He was even loyal to Richard because he is considered one of the royal family , without him knowing what was Richard planning for. Hastings was also loyal to queen Elizabeth and he didn’t allow anyone to talk about her in a bad way. Keeping it short you can say that Hastings was loyal to the entire royal family and he was ready to risk his life for them. Hastings’s father was also a servant for this same royal family , and he spent all his life loyal to them , so this explains why Hastings is doing the same thing as his father. Hastings is remaining loyal to the royal family just like his father.