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To Kill a Mockingbird: Life Lessons

Summary: Analyzes values that can be learned by reading Harper Lee's novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. Discusses how Lee deals with racial issues, courage and empathy. Explores the character of Atticus Fench.
In the 1960s hatred towards the blacks had become so strong that white citizens were afraid of them, and refused to believe that they had anything in common. Atticus Finch was able to look past the skin colour and allowed everyone equal rights. By teaching these values to his children, Jem and Scout, essential life lessons are illustrated in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. One of the most important lessons is the knowledge of real courage. Atticus also taught that it is impossible for one to understand how another feels until they have looked at the world from their point of view. Finally, Atticus also taught that one should not judge someone until they have come face to face.

The first life lesson Atticus Finch teaches his children is the true meaning of genuine courage. To properly convey this lesson...

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