The Importance Of Atticus 'In To Kill A Mockingbird'

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11. The last Sentence in Chapter 9 of to kill a mockingbird is “But I never realized out how Atticus knew I was listening, and it was not until I was older that I realized he wanted me to hear every word he said”. Atticus knew that scout was a nosy child so he discussed why he chose to help Tom Robinson. Atticus discussed this, because in time he knew that she will know what is the right thing to do, and not judge someone by there color. This was important for the rest of the story, because the story has a lot to do with black people and racism. Atticus wanted to have responsible kids who are not not racist. Also later in the book at christmas Scout and her cousin Francis get in a fight because he called Atticus a “nigger lover”.

12. The parenting style of Atticus is that he tries to be a role model. He doesn’t judge people by there skin, trying to set an example so his kids won’t judge blacks. It seems like Scout and Atticus’s relationship is stronger than Jems and Atticus relationship. That might be, because the story is mainly being told through Scouts POV. Atticus seeks to instill conscience into Scout and Jem. He does this by defending Tom Robinson, showing that you should not judge people on how the look or what colored skin they have. Atticus also teaches his children to not take the words of to their heart. He also told Scout to climb …show more content…

The childhood world of Jem, Scout, and Dill and their relationship with Boo Radley in Part one of the book is they believed in the hoaxes about him. They thought he was some creepy dude. They played lots of games and did lots of stuff involving him and his house, like run over to it and touch it and run back. One time Jem goes over to the house to touch it then starts sprinting away, then gets his pants caught so he loses them. Then later in the book Jem goes over to the fence he lost them at and they were patched up and folded on the fence. Boo also starts to leave presents in a knot-hole, that they would grab each

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