Injustice In To Kill A Mockingbird Essay

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“Remember it 's a sin to kill a mockingbird.” this is a quote from Harper Lee’s book, “To Kill a Mockingbird”. This book shows that how white people treated black people unfairly in that day, but Atticus still teaches his children the right way, and do the right thing. Atticus, as a justice lawyer, choose to help the poor black young man to prove the truth, even though he knew that this will not work, but he still choose the right thing. As a father and a parent, he chooses to teach his child the right thing, and treat his children as an adult. He always chooses the right thing to do and persist in doing things that he think is right, no matter how others thinks. As a honest middle-age lawyer, Atticus demonstrates justice, have a special way of teaching children, and persists in righteousness.

First of all, Harper Lee mould Atticus as justice. Atticus in the book present justice in everything he does. Atticus said that he must go and help Tom, because that he represent their legislature(Ch 9). In this whole book, Atticus always represents laws and justice. In the court, Atticus Finch keeps asking questions to
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In the same times, Atticus always persists his justice and stand firm by his justice no matter what others said or think. Atticus also presents an image of a model parent, he will always teaches his children patience and treat them as an adult. Atticus persist and also shows out justice, and he always has a special way of teaching children. Justice represents a really important characteristic, and in the book of Harper Lee, “To Kill a Mockingbird”, justice also stands for a significant point. Atticus has bravery to do the right things that are different from others, Jesus did the same, He shared the gospel which Pharisees and some Israelites hated. We should also choose the right thing to do when we met difficulties, even though it is
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