To Kill A Mockingbird And 12 Angry Men Analysis

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To have the ability to acquire and address compassion to others, have the willingness to think outside the box, while having confidence in yourself while standing up for the right thing are some major points Kill a Mockingbird and 12 Angry Men show us as readers and viewers. To Kill a Mockingbird and 12 Angry Men, show men who were able to use their attribute to show compassion for others, their eagerness to think outside the box, while having self-assurance the entire time. To let the readers to pick up, they are willing to do whatever it takes to bring across the legitimate element of concern. Atticus and Juror 8 show compassion through the way they treat others with the respect they deserve. On page 101 Atticus said, "But remember this, no matter how bitter things get, they 're still our friends and this is still our home." Atticus proves that you have to think of the other people who surround you before you give time to think of what’s best for you. He also is saying at times when we think things are going rough it could always be harder for the people around us; however, we just don’t know it. With that point he shows us the importance of how we treat others around us the same way we would want to be treated. Juror 8 said, “It 's not easy to raise my hand and send a boy off to die without talking about it first. ” Through this remark from Juror 8 we see that he shows some compassion for the defendant. Having the ability to show compassion for others Juror 8 and Atticus

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