Hailsham is a glorious and ambitious place where the children have a lot of possibilities and are joyful. It is filled with guardians who take on the parental roles and look out for the children but do not treat them with a lot of love. These guardians keep the knowledge about the children’s fate to themselves as best as they can. Once the children have reached maturity, they leave their institution and enter a cheerless adult life in which they are given some freedom till they have to give their first “ donation “. This is where Kathy has an advantage as she has chosen to become a carer first, which means that she takes care of the ones who are undergoing their donations.
Not just that, he puts up with Nippers, saying, “I was well persuaded that, whatever might be his faults in other respects, he was, at least, a temperate young man.” (106). Is that not the truth for everyone? Though there are faults in every single person, each one still has a good quality somewhere to be found. Later we have Ginger Nut who was sent to the lawyer because his father wanted him to soar in life. The lawyer accepted this and so has Ginger Nut doing whatever he is equipped for, mostly errands.
Thus, whilst slightly unconventional, Calpurnia has a distinct role in teaching the Finch children respect and responsibility. In conclusion, Atticus Finch and Calpurnia are contrasting characters with the same purpose in To Kill a Mockingbird. Atticus maintains a fair, wise character throughout the novel, in comparison to Calpurnia's cogent, blunt personality. What brings them together is how they set the correct example for and give life lessons to Jem and Scout. This is evident in multiple scenes throughout the novel, and helps develop the deeply-rooted respect in between them, showing that even those with contrasting ideas and characteristics are capable of making the same, positive effects on others.
Tom Robinson was able to show Mayella a great amount of empathy in doing her work for free, simply out of the goodness of his heart, as Mr. Gilmer mocks saying, “‘You’re a mighty fine fellow, it seems- did all this for not one penny?’” (197). Little did he know that Mayella would betray him later, yet he was still willing to do all the work that she asked him to. While Mr. Gilmer used his works to make fun of Tom, one cannot deny that they are true- Tom was definitely a ‘fine fellow’ for helping Mayella out with her chores. The other source of decency that comes from the trial isn’t even directly compassion, but a lack of cruelty. When Helen Robinson’s husband is killed and Mr. Ewell lashes out at her on her way to work, she does not speak negatively of him or attack him back.
These are things that he applies to both his home life and work like, and that he puts above all else. He also tries to teach these to Jem and Scout, and pass these values down to them so that they are well mannered and mature about any situation that they are faced with. He teaches them kindness by telling them about how to approach people in certain situations, and how to talk to or about people without being rude. He teaches them both proper body language and the proper way of speaking so that you are being kind to whomever you are talking to. He also teaches them about respect; he says to always respect people, even if they do not respect you, and how to show respect to elders and high authorities.
We feel like the king of world where everyone is trying to woo us and most of your wishes are fulfilled. We have to understand that it is not possible to have privilege of such a treatment throughout our lives. Some people want to be in childhood phase for this reason. But scientific research has shown that the babies and children are cute by nature so that adults can take care of them. We consider childhood to be best part of life because we are free from any kind of worries.
This casual expression already allows audiences to feel familiar with him. Similarly, the words he uses are rather simple and easy to understand. “big”, “beat”, “kill”, best” … You might think they are unimportant, but think harder. These one syllable yet powerful words do not require any thinking to understand and leave no space for interpretations; his messages are straightforward and simple yet strong. This allows people of any education level and backgrounds to understand his statements, which explains how he has support from the variety of people.
He encourages people for not giving up easily, enhance people’s self-esteem and encourage people to do what is right for them. Also, he keeps sharing his experiences to people, teaching people to appreciate what they have in their life. He never failed to inspire every audiences who listen to his talks. His never-give-up behaviour has become his habit, will, attitude in his life. Due to this behaviour, he always turns all the moral judgements into effective, motivated moral actions and performs a plan of all the
It helps to reduce resistance to change and increases the acceptance of management’s idea. This type of leadership reduces the number of grievances of people. 3.2 PERSONAL CONTEXT: Personally I feel that democratic style of leadership is fair in the sense that the followers are given rights to participate in decision making. In my family, all members of the family are involved in decision making of some situations even though at the end my husband and I have the final say. This have led to my kids been open with suggestions as they know that their views will be considered and they all work to see that tasks in the home are completed easily.
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.