To Kill A Mockingbird Persuasive Speech

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Being quiet has never meant you have nothing to offer the world. Some could say, that the only way you can make an impact for the better is by speaking, or the actions you do that have positive benefits, but being silent is an action. Being silent can open your mind, if only for a moment to see everything in a new light, a light where opinion doesn’t exist, but observation thrives.
In the world of Jean Louise ‘Scout’ Finch, created by Harper Lee, you will see a quiet young girl, who has rapid curious thoughts, and her words that speak her mind, but her young mind, doesn’t completely understand what it is she is seeing. Being quiet allows you to ponder and think about society and life as a whole, however, not everyone opens their mind in such
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He is quiet and reserved, with a curious past of many events, still unknown to us, but along with that, he is wise beyond years. “You just hold your head high and keep those fists down. No matter what anybody says to you, don’t you let ‘em get your goat. Try fighting with your head for a change.” (Page 101, Lee) His physiological understanding of the world he lives in, has made him into a role model among the town, which in return, has been given much respect as a natural born leader, leaving him ‘powerful’.
Arthur Radley, arguably the most intense character masked in a shroud of mystery. Who was he? Why does he stay tucked away? Just by being introverted, he already gained a grasp on the people through fear of not knowing. Whether he is aware of it or not, Arthur was given an alter ego, one formed by shadows in the night. He was seen as a ghost, but when Scout and Jem were in danger, he came to the rescue, saving their lives. It shows the rumors are often not accurate representations of a human being, but rather the actions of said human, mark their
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He says that unlike shy people, quiet people are very sociable, and often have lots of friends. They don’t stay quiet because they’re afraid to speak up. They just don’t want to waste time saying anything that isn’t worth saying. Since talk encourages more talk, they choose to stay silent, instead of having meaningless conversations.” With this evidence, the author gives evidence, that the quieter you are, does not mean you are not intellectual, but rather observant, and in most cases, smarter and more mindful than that of their

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