In the name of God, gentlemen, believe Tom Robinson. She exhibits a rather mature disposition or qualities at an early age but acts like a tomboy. United States Of America: Lippincott Company, 1960. Scout knows that Boo is innocent in the act that he has done. Dubose, Atticus is teaching his children how to avoid conflict and handle situations properly, which is a critical element of acting morally. Even if Atticus is often mocked or threatened for one reason or another, he still sees only the good in people and tries to excuse their bad actions. He does not care if they are white, black, red, yellow, purple, or blue, for him everyone is a human who has the same rights as everyone else.
Tom Robinson helps Mayella Ewell with things she needs done around the house. In this instance, Scout remembers that Atticus does not permit her to fight with others because it is immature and damaging, regardless of what caused the fight. Due to these strong morals and principles, he is greatly respected by those in Maycomb. These are all great human qualities that Atticus exhibits and passes on. He politely proves that Bob Ewell is a liar; he respectfully questions Mayella about her role in Tom's crisis.
He lives in Maycomb County not a real place , Alabama. Finally, the last mockingbird Scout has discovered in the story is Tom Robinson. But the long sweep of America has been defined by forward motion, a constant widening of our founding creed to embrace all, and not just some. Ewell went after the little Finches to get back at Atticus. Though he did lose the case in the end, due to racial ignorance at the time, he delivered such a powerful closing statement that is still admired today.
To accomplish this he uses certain diction, syntax, and tone to deliver a powerful statement at the climax of this trial. When Bob Ewell spit in his face, Atticus simply walked away and took it. A mockingbird is someone innocent and pure of heart like Atticus, Boo Radley and Tom Robinson. His parenting style is quite unique in that he treats his children as adults, honestly answering any question they have. Being passive and avoiding conflict is often viewed as being weak, but in many cases, avoiding conflict can be the only responsible, morally correct choice.
Source A is an extract written by the chairman of the Irish Famine Curriculum. There is a tendency in this year of grace, 1935, for certain people to use that phrase out of context, to satisfy all conditions. He encourages people to consider the views of others, to not fight, to be logical, to stick to their beliefs no matter what, and to never give up. He admonishes Scout not to use racial slurs, and is careful to always use the terms acceptable for his time and culture. That in itself is rebellious and flexible. Finch points out the irony in Thomas Jefferson's affirmation; equality does not naturally exist: the diversity amongst humans undermines the notion of equality. This can make morally correct choices difficult.
Board of Education Remarks Pathos - In the neighborhood that most of us grew up in, parenting is not going on. This word is only brought up when Atticus presents the idea of Mayella, the white woman accusing Tom of rape, feeling a sort of guilt and shame from her relationship with Tom. He is rude and a very discriminating person. Actually, she makes the advances with Tom. He chose to defend Tom Robinson because to choose not to would be going against all his personal morals and principles. You just hold your head high and be a gentleman.
That institution is the court. Atticus sees past a man's color and looks into the depth of his character. Who, because are all southern white men, are likely to use this word day to day themselves when describing a colored or black man. He is unaffected by Mrs. I am confident that you gentlemen will review without passion the evidence you have heard, come to a decision, and restore the defendant to his family. Atticus displays extreme restraint by refusing to fight Ewell.
The most important aspect of this in terms of the major t presented via this character, it is that he does not just tell his children things he wants them to consider important, he actually follows through and lives according to such lessons. In To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch proves that doing the right thing might be difficult, but it is always the preferable choice, and that it is never impossible. When delivering his closing statement, Atticus shows a somewhat consistent tone throughout the time he is delivering the statement. Perhaps most compelling, Atticus Finch elucidates the importance of the judicial system. Atticus uses a certain format when presenting his facts and ideas on the case, he seems to present his ideas in a broad to specific way to help persuade his side on the crime.