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Tom Robinson's Bravery

Summary: This is an essay about the character of Tom Robinson from the book "To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee.
The novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee tells a story about the life of a young girl in a racist town. One of the lowlifes in town desires to get rich and become famous, so he accuses a black man of raping his daughter. The lowlife's name is Bob Ewell and he does everything he can to convict the black man. He even lies when he has sworn to tell the truth. The black man, Tom Robinson, demonstrates several acts of bravery throughout the book. His actions influence the conflict and theme of the book.

Tom displays his heroism during his trial. Tom swears on the Bible that he will speak the truth, and that is exactly what he does. He makes it clear to the judge and the jury exactly what happened when he was assisting Mayella Ewell with her housework. Then one time...

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