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Examples of Courage in "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Summary: Essay discusses the aspect of courage in the novel "To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee.
Courage has been a trait found in many people throughout history. Many people have trouble finding courage when they want it most, but people usually are capable of harnessing it when they really need it. In To Kill a Mockingbird an intriguing book by Harper Lee there are several examples of courage in the little town of Maycomb, Alabama. Scout being able to control her anger, Mrs. Dubose courageously handling withdrawal, and Arthur (Boo) Radley finding the courage to come out and rescue the Finch children are three examples that demonstrate courage in Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird.

During the course of the book, Scout (Jean Louise Finch) happens to come into many situations in which she is required to control her anger. Scout is a normal kid who is just beginning to learn how the world really works; unfortunately for...

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