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The first reason for Atticus to defend Tom Robinson is Atticus believes in intergrity. When Atticus is grist introduced in the novel ' To Kill A Mockingbird' Atticus is described as someone with intergrity. " Atticus the twin lawyer, tries to do what's best for his clients even if they don't listen to him." Atticus tries to have the best interest of others at heart. Many people In the town of Maycomb don't agree with Atticus and him taking on the case. "
It’s a sin to kill a mockingbird like it was a sin to kill Tom. Tom Robinson did not die in vain, all he did was try to help out and be good to this world. He did no harm, but had to die because he was a Negro. So, he had to be lying right? Another example shown was “Well, it’d be sort of like shootin’ a mockingbird, wouldn’t it?” says Scout on page 276.
In the novel To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, As a punishment for destroying Mrs. Dubose camilla's Atticus sends Jem to read to her as both punishment and to teach him a lesson about compassion and courage. But something the reader would not expect can out of this and has turned someone‘s life around. Mrs.Dubose is the most strong minded and compassionate in the novel because she speaks her mind and tells Jem and Scout what she thinks of their father and this is what she says “Your father's no better than the niggers and trash he works for!”(Lee 135). This shows that she is not afraid to speak her mind and still Atticus shows her respect even after she insults him. Atticus sees Mrs.Dubose as a human being that is sick and needs that one person to show her some compassion.
Discriminational Justice Is Not Justice "You can shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit'em, but just remember it is a sin to kill a mockingbird." -Atticus Finch The reason why I revere Bob Ewell in To Kill a Mockingbird is because of how he brings friction in the plot and makes the protagonist have a more difficult time resolving the problem. This antagonist is one of my favored villains because of his Mischievous behavior and racist personality that really make this novel fantastic. Bob creates many road blocks in the plot that slow Atticus, the protagonist, from resolving certain problems. For example, Bob testifies against Tom Robinson for raping and abusing his daughter Mayella Ewell.
It’s human nature to want to protect ourselves from danger or getting in trouble. The same thing happens in To Kill a Mockingbird by the majority of the characters whenever something happens that incriminates them. A demonstration of self-preservation in the novel is when Atticus is cross-examining Mayella Ewell in court. During the cross-examination, Atticus says, “What did your father see in the window, the crime of the rape or the best defense to it? Why don’t you tell the truth, child, didn’t Bob Ewell beat you up?” (Lee 251).
Empathy-the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Empathy is showed in To Kill a Mockingbird many times. One example of empathy is shown when Mrs. Maudie is telling the kids not to bother Boo Radley. Another example of empathy is when Atticus is being really nice to Mrs. Dubose. A third example of empathy in the story is when Atticus defends Tom Robinson in the case.
To Kill a Mockingbird: Social Justice Many Authors have a way of expressing themselves through their literary works. In To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee blends her views of social justice into the main character Atticus Finch. In Harper lee’s famous novel To Kill a Mockingbird social injustice is the leading problem; the main character Atticus Finch show readers how to overcome racial tension by his consideration and ability to solve problems. In To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee presents the idea that Consideration is demonstrated by when Atticus Finch deals with the problems of his Children and of his work. A good example of how Atticus is considerate is when Scout and Atticus are sitting on the swing and debating about Scout’s academic
Martin Luther King Jr. gave one of the most significant speeches in American history. Atticus Finch, one of the main characters in Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird, gave a closing argument in a court trial that caused an uproar in the south during the 1930’s. Their speeches were given several decades apart, but talked about the same social issues that come from deep-rooted racism. Both of them used rhetoric that challenged the majority opinion around them. Atticus Finch was a lawyer that had to be exploitive if he wanted to win cases.
Miller makes Proctor’s affair the central conflict of the play and uses this creative license to argue the need for social responsibility in both Salem and the United States. During the Second Red Scare, “Gradually, all the old political and moral reality had melted…Nobody but a fanatic, it seemed, could really say that he believed” (Miller, “Why I Wrote The Crucible”). Miller through his political allegory recognized the need for each society to examine the trials instead of blindly persisting into a false reality through the mob mentality furnishing the foundation for the