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    Atticus Finch

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    (Scout) Jean Louise Finch Jeremy Finch ( Jem) Atticus Finch Bob Ewell Calpurnia Arthur “Boo” Radley Dill Harris Tom Robinson Mayella Ewell Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose Rachel Haverford Maudie Atkinson Judge John Taylor Zeebo Heck Tate She is the protagonist and the narrator of the story. She is Atticus’s daughter and is Jem’s sister. He is the son of Atticus and he is Scout’s brother. He is also one of the main characters

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    Who Is Atticus Finch

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    Atticus Finch is a lawyer in Maycomb. He is very tall and wears glasses. Atticus has two children one named Jean Louise Finch who everyone calls Scout and Jeremy Atticus Finch who is called Jem. Mrs. Finch who is Atticus’s wife died from a sudden heart attack. Economy is what he enjoys to do research about. What others think does not bother Atticus, even if the choses he makes might make people think lowly of him. Atticus does not think that color makes people any different. This is why he even will

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    Is Atticus Finch Strong

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    Atticus Finch, a citizen of a small town called Maycomb, was many things at once. He was a very trustworthy person, which made him one of Maycomb County’s best lawyers. He was a man who cared about others, no matter who they were, black, white, young, or old. This is what made Atticus a great father, a single one raising two children to be exact. Atticus Finch was a great man, as well as someone we all can learn something from. Atticus Finch was very strong & courageous. This is shown throughout

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    Atticus Finch Integrity

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    Atticus Finch is a lawyer in Maycomb, Alabama. Atticus goes to jury for a black person names Tom robinson. He is a character in the pulitzer prize winner book, To kill a mockingbird by Harper Lee. Atticus is taking a stand for Tom Robinson because he got accused of rape. Atticus does take a stand for Tom Robinson. He is a caring person and is integrity. First reason is Atticus is a caring person. Atticus defends a black person named Tom Robinson of being accused of rape. “Do you defend niggers Atticus

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    Atticus Finch Injustice

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    characters such as Boo Radley and Tom Robinson are portrayed as “mockingbirds”. The general topic also represents injustice, especially in the south. Atticus Finch is presented as seeker of justice that believes in equality for all, as well as one of the few characters to never rethink an opinion. Furthermore, Atticus is the father of Scout and Jem Finch, who he treats like adults and answeres all questions honestly as he would to any other Maycomb county member. He is portrayed as a decent respecting

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    Atticus Finch Change

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    Cruelty reveals many characteristics about characters named; Atticus Finch, Tom Robinson, and Mayella Ewell which compels other characters to become violent. Harper Lee creates a division of characters including Atticus Finch, Tom Robinson, and Mayella Ewell through social disagreement to contribute to the key message: change may contribute to both good and bad results. Cruelty towards a character in the novel named Atticus Finch, brings

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    Atticus Finch Symbolism

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    Another example of a symbolic Mockingbird, in To Kill a Mockingbird, is Atticus Finch because of the many qualities he shares with a mockingbird in the book. First, all throughout the book, Atticus treats the children like adults rather than children. Atticus knows that Scout and Jem like it when they are treated like adults because they are treated like children every where else. Like a Mockingbird, Atticus brings joy to Scout and Jem by treating them with respect. Also, In the begging of the book

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    Atticus Finch Quotes

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    Atticus Finch, the father of two main character Jem and Jean (Scout) Louise Finch, in To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is a great, hardworking father who would do absolutely anything for his family. Mr. Finch Works as a lawyer, chooses who he want’s to defend/represent based on his opinions on their situation. He stays true to his beliefs no matter what anybody else thinks or says. He will do anything and everything to keep his family safe along with teaching them important life lessons along

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    subject to hatred, rejection, ridicule, and risk their reputation and even their own lives. Harper Lee’s book To Kill a Mockingbird, demonstrates that being an individual is more important than being a member of a community. Lee’s presents this through Atticus Finch’s role as an agent of change, who fights the injustice against the black community in the deep south in the late 1930’s, and the character of Scout, Atticus’s daughter, who longs for freedom

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    Essay On Atticus Finch

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    In the classic To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, a book set in the 1940’s during the Great Depression, Atticus Finch serves as the core of the novel by displaying a character of stability, humility, compassion, and high moral standards as he defends an innocent black man being prosecuted for a rape he did not commit because of the color of his skin. Atticus Finch is a character of stability in a society going through one of the biggest economical disasters ever experienced. He is a balanced

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