Summary: Courage Does Not Always Roar

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Courage Does Not Always Roar Atticus demonstrates courage when he goes through with Tom Robinson’s case and gives his best effort to help Tom win the case, even though everyone is against him doing the trial. Tom Robinson is a black man in the 1930’s who has been accused of falsely raping a white woman and Atticus is planning on representing him. Mr. Link Deas provides insight about the trial and tells Atticus, “You’ve got everything to lose from this Atticus.” Atticus replies, “Link, that boy might go to the chair, but he’s not going till the truth 's told… And you know what the truth is” (Lee 195). Even though Atticus most likely will not win, he still goes through with the case because he wanted to show the real evidence and show Tom did
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