Character Analysis Of Atticus Finch In To Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

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To say someone is a mockingbird is like saying they are the perfect person. For someone to be a mockingbird they always find the good in people and they hurt nobody, yet they often have bad things happen to them. The book To Kill A Mockingbird shows how people are mockingbirds, yet they have bad things happen to them. Atticus Finch is a mockingbird, as is Boo Radley and Tom Robinson. All these men do good things, and they never harm anyone. These men did what they thought was right, and they were ridiculed and made fun of.

Atticus Finch was a mockingbird. He always had a positive attitude, and he always stood up for what was right. Atticus helped those in need, and always saw the good in people. Atticus was a lawyer. He stood up for
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Boo Radley's real name was Arthur. He was called Boo because of rumors people have spread about him. For example, one of the Finch's neighbors said that Boo had tried killing his own family, however this was not true. Boo was rarely ever seen, and he rarely ever came out of his house. Even though he never came out of his house, he always helped Jem and Scout. Dill, Scout and Jem's friend, dared Jem to touch the Radley house. Jem was running away from the house and his pants caught on the wired fence. Jem went back to get his pants, and they were folded on the gate like someone had untangled them for him. Another time that Boo helped the children was when Bob Ewell tried to kill Jem and Scout. Jem and Scout were on their way home from the school at night and Bob attacked them. Boo came out of his house, and helped the kids get away from Bob. He saved their lives. Boo Radley deserved to be treated better than he was. He was never physically hurt in any way, but terrible rumors were always spread about him.

Atticus Finch, Tom Robinson, and Boo Radley are all human examples of a mockingbird.All of these men were good people who helped those in need, and stood up for what was right. Yet, they all were treated very poorly. Atticus Finch always stood up for what was right and always saw the good in people. Tom Robinson always did for others, and he never expected anything from anybody in return. Boo Radley also

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