To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | The Courage of Atticus

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The Courage of Atticus

Summary: Displays the courage of Atticus Finch
The Courage of Atticus Finch

t.s. In the story "To Kill a Mockingbird," Atticus Finch displays more courage than any other characters in the book.

1. Despite the prejudices of much of the community, Atticus defends a black man, Tom Robinson, causing much of the town to turn against him.

2. With Courageousness, Atticus stands up to a lynch mob at the prison, thus preventing a disaster.

3. He shows physical courage by dashing into a flaming building to save Miss Maudie's possessions.

4. Again displaying courage, Atticus walks out into the street to destroy a potential danger, the rabid dog Tim Johnson.

5. Atticus' courageousness again became evident when he ignored Bob Ewell threats, refusing to respond to them. c.s Atticus, doing what he must to ensure safety, peace, and justice, demonstrates courage in many ways through out the story.

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