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    widely believed that Atticus Finch is one of the greatest heroes of modern literature. My opinion varies greatly with this remark. Atticus Finch is not a hero because he only had greater morals than the people of his time, he wanted to be a good role model for his children, and was only doing his job as a lawyer. It was his responsibility to defend Tom Robinson and give him an honest trial. He may have done things out of the way, but that was just to demonstrate his point. Atticus also never did anything

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    To Kill a Mockingbird Analysis In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird Atticus Finch, a well-respected defense attorney in Macomb County, made a life-altering decision to whole-heartedly defend a benevolent black man, Tom Robinson, who was wrongly accused of rape. Many conflicts arose because of Atticus’s choice to defend a black man against a white man’s word. Despite the towns cowardice and ridicule, Atticus stays true to what is right. “They're certainly entitled to think that, and they're entitled

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    Atticus Finch Hero

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    Atticus Finch A Hero In Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird Atticus Finch is a lawyer in Maycomb County, Alabama. He has two children, Jem and Scout, and is very loyal to them and cares about them both. Atticus sticks out from normal citizens in Maycomb. He cares about everybody no matter the race, or personality. Tom Robinson, a black person in Maycomb, is accused of rape and Atticus wants to help him and be his lawyer for the case. Atticus Finch is a hero because he has courage, sympathy

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    side, and to go against the foundry channel that leads us to the fire. Atticus Finch is one of these teachers, one of these great scholars of pedagogy, but he taught not much to the multitude, but only three important lessons to one small backwater town of maybe three or four hundred people. First of these lessons taught to us by Atticus was that of knowing another person.When Scout had had a bad first day at school, Atticus told her that all she had to do to get along with people was to “consider

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    Atticus Finch Qualities

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    Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, Atticus Finch, the single father of two children, possesses all the traits necessary to maintain a family and a job. Atticus practices law in Maycomb, Alabama. Throughout the novel, he demonstrates a Christian attitude by helping people in need, all while taking time to know and love his children. Although some of his views go against the commonly accepted ones, he stands strong in his beliefs. Kindness, impartiality, and gentlemanliness make Atticus Finch a respected figure in

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    Atticus Finch Justice

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    this holds true for Atticus Finch in raising his two children, Jem and Scout. As a dutiful lawyer, he upholds the importance of justice as the highest value that he can instill into his offspring. Atticus Finch establishes the moral backbone of his family with his words and actions by promoting his ideal of justice that under the law all people deserve to be treated equally. Words have the power to impact lives and change one's perspective. When inquisitive Scout questions Atticus on why he is representing

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    In the novel of To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch is one of the best attorneys in the town, he treats everyone equally and treats them respectfully and the town thinks highly of him. Atticus Finch had a terrific personality people would say, an example is when Atticus was told to defend Tom Robinson in a case. This was a major part that shows about his personality is because Tom Robinson is a black male accused of raping someone’s daughter. Back in the time of the Great Depression it was still

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    Atticus Finch Symbolism

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    figure of Atticus Finch to be a symbol of hope and a role model for his children and all who live in Maycomb. His role as a lawyer challenges him at times, but he remains an admirable figure in the 1930’s. His sense of justice shows that he wants the best for everyone such as the first clients he had where he ‘had urged them to take the state’s generosity in allowing them to plead Guilty to second-degree murder and escape with their lives.’ Even though these men are clearly guilty, Atticus wants everyone

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    all sectors of their life? I believe the latter. In Harper Lee's, To Kill a Mockingbird, we are presented with a man who symbolizes all of those characteristics. Atticus Finch is the ideal man; he is a caring father, a dedicated and talented lawyer, and a symbol of tolerance in the deeply prejudicial town of Maycomb. As a father, Atticus strives to teach his children how to become respectful, and productive members of society. To do this, he uses his actions and words, often setting a good example

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    What does the name Atticus Finch mean to you, or even more what do you think of when you hear the name? Atticus Finch a character from the story ¨To Kill A Mockingbird¨. Atticus Finch is a dad of two, a lawyer, and a friendly man. His traits mainly are brave, courageous, and humble. Atticus is all of these because he stood up and tried to help a black man in a time of desegregation, he practically stood in the face of fear and didn't back down, and nonetheless was didn´t arrogant about helping this

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