Personal Loss In To Kill A Mockingbird

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In the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, the author Lee explores how each character deals with his or her own personal loss. Scout gives us the events from the society around her. In the situation of Scout and Atticus, a good and right leadership marks in a good decision and actions. Atticus inspires a strong sense of ethics and justice into both of his children, and he is completely devoted to them. Atticus always has a sense of doing what is right and tries to get Scout to do the same thing he does. Parents, whether good or bad, are the most important and influential persons in the kid’s life.
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