Use Of Extraordinary Distinct Characters With Personalities That Are Set Apart For Each Individual Character

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To Kill Mockingbird In this book To Kill Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, there is a long list of extraordinary distinct characters with personalities that are set apart for each individual character in the book. Atticus Finch in Harper Lee’s novel presented as a humble, caring, moral, stern but loving, character in this book, and being a single father with 2 kids younger than the age of ten, he should be a main role model for older fathers. Atticus does many things in this novel that makes him a humbling person, for example, he believes in justice, and what it stands for ‘’the quality of being just; righteousness, equitableness, or moral rightness’’. Tom Robinson is one person that he put justice into place, he doesn’t like criminal law, after hearing what Tom had to say he had proven he was innocent. During the trial Tom Robinson had to stay in the county jail, Atticus stayed with Tom for the night, making sure that no one touched him. At the beginning of the book, Mr. Cunningham gives Atticus a package, Scout asked what it was, Atticus said that Mr. Cunningham had legal worked he had to have done, and his payment was with food, for he had no money to pay him. Scout asked Atticus Finch if they were poor, and Atticus said yes, for he did not want to sound more powerful than other people in the countie. Tom Robinson also had this kindness, and helped Mayella with her chorus for he felt bad for her, as he stated at the trail. Atticus Finch knew
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