Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

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“You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view”… (Atticus finch, Lee 34). The novel To kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee is a masterpiece that takes readers to explore how human behave. The feelings, conflicts, meanings, reasons, love, cruelty, kindness and humor within the book is what makes the book a necessity to the reader. Harper Lee showed throughout her book how a damage and cruel society looks like. Lee’s view of the word “morality” is what gives the characters the power to contrast their own beliefs. The story of a childhood in a “normal” southern town and the catastrophe of not knowing what conscience means make the book an unforgettable novel, which readers will feel attach to it. Harper Lee showed the importance of family and unity, the importance of love and understanding, and the importance of morality and principles throughout ONE unforgettable character, Atticus Finch. Atticus Finch is the human statue of “honor and morality”. By protecting and defending a Negro who was arrest for a crime, which he never committed and being the non-typical father in the south, Atticus Finch showed a different perspective of living to his neighbors and his children. Atticus Finch became a hero not only for his children and neighbors, but also for the millions of people who have read To kill A Mockingbird.
Atticus Finch is the father of Jean Louise “ Scout” finch the narrator of the story and her brother, Jeremy Atticus “Jem” Finch.

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