To Kill A Mockingbird Scout Courageous Quotes

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The Mighty Little Scout Did you grow up in a racist community where the blacks and whites did not get along at all? To Kill a Mockingbird is by Harper Lee. To Kill a Mockingbird is about how 2 children are growing up in a very racist community. It’s also about a big trial where a white man stood up for a black man, and back then that was a sin to stick up for blacks. In To kill a Mockingbird Scout is a very courageous little girl who sticks up to a mob, Bouncing back from an attack, and backing down from fights. The first reason that Scout is courageous is she stood up to a mob that was going to attack her father Atticus. She pointed out Mr. Cunningham and made him realize what he was doing. She told Mr. Cunningham about his children at home and what they would think of him if he continued with the mob and beat up her father. “He’s in my grade,”I said,”and he does right well. He’s a good boy.” I added, “a real nice boy. We brought him home one time. Maybe he told you about me, I beat him up one time and he was real nice about it. Tell him hey for me won’t you?” (Lee, 205). Another way of showing courageous is through this quote “It was a relief to be out. My arms were beginning to tingle, and they were red with small hexagonal marks. I rubbed…show more content…
“This order, given by me to Cecil Jacobs, was the beginning of rather thin time for Jem and me. My fists were clenched and I was ready to let it fly. Atticus had promised me he would wear me out if he ever heard of me fighting and more; I was far to old and too big for such childish things, and the sooner I learned to hold in, the better off everybody would be,” (Lee, 99). Scout knew she had to be better than the other person, and to hold her actions in. Scout shows us courage for keeping the emotions in and not letting them get the best of her. She shows us how to have that much courage as a little
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