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.
They promote good morals and values to their children. They help them lead and shape their future. The novel, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, shows us how a compassionate father acts and influences his children. Atticus Finch is a person of high respect and high values. He cares for his children, wants them to stand up for what is right, and teaches them crucial ethics.
Throughout the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird,” written by Harper Lee, the readers can see how Scout changes her view about Boo Radley. Because of their nosiness, Jem, Scout, and Dill try to drag Boo out his house and to the outside world. Their innocent actions combined with Boo’s actions changed the image of Boo, in their minds, from “a malevolent phantom” (10), a person who kills cats and eats squirrels to a neighbor they can trust, who saves them from Bob Ewell. Scout says at the end, “Boo was our neighbor” (373). The readers can see a great change in their relationship.
There are roles society places us in, and there are roles we place ourselves in, but the ultimate measure of character is what we do within these roles. Atticus Finch, who appears in Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird, plays three different roles in his life, and what he does inside those roles makes him the wise, ethical man he is. He is a mentor, a defender, and a teacher. As a mentor, he is a guiding figure to his children and those around him. He is always a voice of reason, and he leads by example.
How does Lee present Atticus in part I of the novel? Lee presents Atticus as an exceptional father who, despite the belief of the majority of Maycomb residents, chooses to respect his children, and raises them without a wife or mother to look after the children— which was frowned upon, particularly by his sister Alexandra. Lee has shaped our responses to Atticus in a positive light through the eyes of (six-to-nine year old) Scout Finch. However, the writer invites us to see Atticus in a negative way through the eyes of Mrs. Dubose, who believes he is letting his wife’s children run around like wild animals. We progressively see Scout gain more resect and admiration towards her father as the novel goes on, discovering his hidden talent at shooting,
When you are taught to love and accept everyone and everything, that is all you can do. If things like these are taught in your life then you will teach others about those same things, your teachings become your morales and with your morales comes the power to make the right decisions.In the book Atticus shows us how he wants his kids to grow up, he shows this in how he raises Jem and Scout and how in every mistake they make he corrects them with what's right, however what's right to him is wrong to everyone else. This makes it clear how he was taught and how those teachings became his morals to live by. A great example of Atticus doing this is when Jem makes an accusation about someone without knowing where they are coming from, he then replies “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view … until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” . This one specific quote shows the reader how Atticus passes down what he has learned.
Sure, good books have a moral or life lesson at the end of them, but great books have many. In the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee Scout, the main character, learns many lessons. In a nutshell, Scout and her brother, Jem, are growing up in a world of inequality and prejudice. In the mix of all of this Scout learns many important and valuable life lessons. A few of these are: Everyone should be treated equally, to fight with your head, and not to judge people so quickly.
Tom, who went away from his mother and sister sees it as a way of getting away from his mother who did not only blame him for not telling them all about Jim (Laura’s suitor) moreover; did not appreciate him despite all he did for their family. Williams writes, “All right, I will! The more you shout about my selfishness to me the quicker I’ll go, and I won’t go to the movies!” (Qtd in Barnet, Burto, and Cain, p.
As Nelson Mandela wisely said “ I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.” The story centers around the Finch family and the lessons that both Jem and Scout Finch learn as their father defends a black man accused of rape. Throughout To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, we see the idea of true courage reflected in Jem Finch’s journey. With her words, Harper Lee paints a picture of what true courage as it is, and Jem Finch takes this lesson to heart as he sees examples of true courage in his life. For most of Jem’s life he had this false idea of bravery.
And, he requested me to keep him in the house for a week. I got extremely embarrassed in front of my wife when he said, “Hahaha look at you now moron. You have become a gentleman now ha. You don’t even remember your elder brother.” I had never told my wife about an elder brother. So, my wife was extremely unhappy with me as I was keeping it as a secret.
In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch is the father of Scout and Jem. Atticus has values he attempts to instill in Scout and Jem through stories or lessons. Atticus allows Scout and Jem to ask questions about anything they are unsure that way they understand. Atticus deeply cares for Scout and Jem, but wants to be respected based on his actions, not because he is their father. Through the course of the novel, Atticus is demonstrated as a respectful father figure, ingenious teacher, and stupendous orator.
Finally, Calpurnia teaches Scout and Jem valuable lessons on morality. In “To Kill a Mocking bird”, Jem and Scout are influenced by other characters and develop into mature young adults. Morals and values taught by others is an important part of growing up: especially taught by fathers. Atticus teaches the kids that despite social divide among the community, people still need to treat others with respect.