To Kill A Mockingbird Lessons Learned Analysis

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Lessons learned
Harper lee tells a story called “To Kill a Mockingbird”. Where a father named Atticus is teaching his children’s some valid information for their lives. In this paper it will start with an introduction of a short summary about the book, given the three lesson that Atticus reached his kids. Given why one of the three lessons one is the most important. At last a given conclusion by summarizing the overall points of the essay.
The novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” Starts with one of the main character, Scout starts out to be a very immature girl, not knowing the prejudice times that she is living in. As the story goes on Scout gains knowledge of these times by kids and people around her accusing her dad, Atticus of being a black lover back then, it was an insult. Scouts dad was being brave to help a black man that was being faulted accused of raping a white girl. There’s a part in the book that talks about shooting many blues jays but not shoot a mocking bird because it a sin. This is referring to Tom in the story. He signifies as a mockingbird because all mockingbirds does is sing for our enjoyment and stay away from harms, so if you kill them it is a sin. The reason why Tom is the mockingbird in the story is because he stay out of harm’s way and is accused of a crime and in the end is eventually guilty and dies. From having a dad who supports a color man he teaches his kids some good lessons, starting with tolerate.
Atticus teaches his kids about tolerance. How he does this is when he was assigned to Tom Robison case he teaches that color does not matter. For example “you aren’t really a nigger-lover, then, are you. I certainly am. I do my best to love everybody….I’m hard put, sometimes- baby, it’s never an insult to...

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... scout and jem were seen as kids who their father was helping a African American and not a white. They had to be strong and have courage to not believe or feel bad of what people were saying. But be proud on what their dad has done to show them that no one has to be judge or seen as an animal. Tolerance and judgment would fit in the lesson of courage because you need courage people tolerance you need courage from people judgments. Courage to me seems to be as a person being a strong human. This lesson did go through to Scout and Jem.
Ending this paper with the most important lesson that Atticus has taught his kids. There might be some question between how is Scout and Jem flowing this lessons and if they have ever in their life seen the things that Atticus did for them.

Work Cited
Lee, Harper. To Kill a Mockingbird. New York: Hachette Book Group USA, 1982. Print.
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