Atticus Finch is a man who fought for what he believed in. He stood up for what he
thought was right not what the rest of the town thought. Atticus was real brave for
defending Tom Robinson in court, he knew a lot of people would get mad and try to hurt
him, but Atticus stood up for what he believed in. Atticus had a lot of courage he was the
only man in town that would fight for Tom Robinson, because he knew it was wrong to
accuse him of something he did not do. I think Atticus knew that Tom Robinson did not
have a great chance of wining the case, but he tried to do the best that he could to prove
that Tom Robinson was innocent.
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The town new that the Ewell’s were a bunch of liars, but they couldn’t chose a
black man over a whit man, so Miss Maudie is saying someday they will. “Shoot all the
bluejays you want, if you can hit ‘em but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” (90)
Attiucs say’s that to his son, but it’ significance is that Tom Robinson is a innocent man
that has never harmed anyone and he gets killed, in Atticus’s mind Tom Robinson is a
mockingbird that is killed.
I think that Atticus Finch was a good father to his kids. He was not a strict parent,
he let them learn what’s right and wrong on there own. Thou Atticus was not a racist man
Scout had picked it up from the public, but she eventually learned that racism is wrong.
Atticus had confidence in his kids that they could distinguish what’s wrong and right.
Atticus loved his kid’s “If you’ll concede the necessity of going to school, we’ll go on
reading every night just as we always have.”(31) Scout does not want to go to school, so
Atticus makes a deal with her. Atticus will keep reading to her if she keeps wanting to go