To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Student Essay

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Good and Evil in "To Kill a Mockingbird"

Summary: Essay discusses the aspects of good and evil in "To Kill a Mockingbird."
To Kill a Mocking Bird is a book mostly about a battle between good and evil. In the book Atticus is the main good character and Bob Ewell is the main evil character. There is also some people in between, like Mrs. Dubose who was addicted to morphine, but quit with the help of Jem, Atticus' son.

Atticus is the perfect example of good in To Kill a Mocking Bird. He is not prejudiced, and accepts blacks as well as whites. Atticus says, "I am simply defending a negro his name is Tom Robinson. He lives in a settlement beyond the town dump."(Lee75) this shows that Atticus is not prejudiced. Atticus is so patient and tries to explain to Scout and Jem how they will never be able to defend Tom Robinson. Atticus also shows good characteristics when the lynch mob...

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