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    just talk, but never think or understand why he is making those decisions or why he acts a certain way. His name is Atticus. Atticus is a lawyer who tries to defend his client and he is a father who gives his best for his children. I chose Atticus as my character because I see Atticus in my father. He has to take care of the problems of others and take care of his family. He is a good father that puts his children first. Atticus and my father have much in common. They both teach their children and sometimes have to punish them. They go to work and give their best in their job. They are…

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    she is surrounded with so that is part of her natural intention. It was hard for her because since she acted like a boy and many people talked about how she should be what she is which is a girl and was made fun of at certain points by her peers. It made life more difficult for her to do the things that she wanted because everyone was reminding her how girls are supposed to act and not do these types of things. 3. Atticus ends up becoming involved in controversy because he decides to defend…

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    He values justice, equality and integrity which in a whole defines his character; Atticus’ character as a whole is a symbol in the novel. He values the ‘good’ side of things and tends to view everything on the positive side. Wisdom, justice and compassion are just some of his many values and to support his morals, Lee has shown him treating everyone equally with respect. None of his attitude is an act as he truly means whatever he says and just doesn 't speak any of which will offend anyone. As…

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    Harper Lee introduces her as a five year old girl who loves adventure, wears pants instead of dresses, and can punch if needed. In a way she doesn’t fit in with the other Southern girls of the time, because her father had thought her to be intelligent, thoughtful and confident. But also she does because she talks, thinks and behaves like everyone else at her age. At school Cecil makes fun of Atticus, her father, and tells her that Atticus defends “niggers”. “You can just take that back, boy”…

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    Scout, practically all by herself, had stopped a mob of men that had been out for Tom Robinson’s blood. Her reaction when she gets home is quite telling. “The full meaning of the night’s events hit [Scout] and [she] began crying”(208). These men were out for blood, and they had been determined to get it, even at the cost of hurting Atticus. Scout prevented that from happening. Now realization of just what she stopped from happening is hitting her and she begins to cry. This experience was highly…

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    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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    It is a harsh truth to believe that humans have created a reality where people think that being black or white matters, but in the real reality around us it doesn’t because we are all still human. Harper Lee’s novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, expresses the ideas of race and racial segregation and its prominence to the society of the 1930s. She explores the ideas of critical race theory through racial inequalities, which improves the ability understand the racial hierarchy and how race is socially…

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    make them feel like he or she is apart of the story itself. She uses this with imagery and her own personal experiences. Lee experienced a rape case within her hometown and uses that experiences to help her write how the characters feel. She also used it to create the theme coming of age, which was true for her as well as a kid. Coming of age is a theme throughout To Kill a Mockingbird, but one scene that shows all three of the kids experiencing the coming of age is how they all grow up and show…

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    and when they don't want to learn there's nothing you can do but keep your mouth shut or talk their language" (Lee 167). There are some people who presume that if they don’t know about something, it’s not a problem they need to be concerned with. Maycomb county is an exhibit of this mindset. For a lot of people in the town false narratives are what they want to protect themselves. They’re powerful and speculative, but also comforting and desirable. Some people would rather believe a lie than a…

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    The character of Stanley Kowalski was first introduced as archetypal southern male of the 1940’s. Once his sister-in-law arrives at his doorstep, his flaws start coming out. His dominance is tested in what begins to bring out the flaws of the patriarch in society. What is not known is what the author’s motives for him are. Tennessee Williams’s play A Streetcar Named Desire leaves many readers with an ambivalence toward its main antagonist. There is no debate, though, that he is a just a normal…

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