Atticus Finch A Hero Analysis

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A hero in Atticus Finch’s words is, “when you know you’re licked before you begin but you begin anyway and you see it through no matter what. You rarely win, but sometimes you do.” The common definition of hero is “a person, who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities.” A hero is someone who achieves great things that usually aren’t for themselves. A hero always strives to do things for others and doesn’t care who they are doing it for.
Heroes have to have courage. They have to have the ability to do things that others’ would never take the chance to do. Having courage also means that they have have patience and they have to be able to forget the past and move on to better things. Martin Luther King was a hero. All should agree that he was a hero because he saved colored people from having no rights. He was courageous, strong, kind, and
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Not only do they have to have physical strength, but mental strength is something that many people never own. The definition of strength is “a good or beneficial quality or attribute of a person or thing”. When Atticus Finch said what you have to have to be a hero, he talked about how you rarely win, but you sometimes do win. When Atticus said that, he meant that you have to stay ‘strong’ when you do not win or when things don’t go your way. Many people can not handle not having things go their way. To have heroism, you have to let things that don’t make things easier fly out the window. During the hard Great Depression times, Superman and Batman the fictional characters were by far major heroes. They showed people that even during the rough times, good things were coming their way. Some people that were living during the Depression said that comic books were their only way of happiness. When Batman would save the world from Joker, or Superman would kill a villain, it would give hope and strength to the children that were living during this

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