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Essay | Atticus Finch's Display of Human Decency

This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of Atticus Finch's Display of Human Decency.
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Atticus Finch's Display of Human Decency

Summary: Essay discusses Atticus Finch's display of human decency in Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird."
In today's world, human decency is unfortunately far too rare to come across. The world is full of deception and corruption as well as simple things such as rudeness and disrespect. Even when walking down the street, it's hard not to receive dirty looks, especially incrowded places where human kindness is most needed. However, despite all these displays of lack of decency, there are still some people who show that man is still capable of good. Sometimes, this comes in the simple form of being polite. But, other times it is much greater such as overcoming great obstacles to achieve what is right. Atticus Finch from Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird is the epitome all forms of human decency. All of society can learn from the examples that he has established.

One example of Atticus's great capacity for righteousness is the when crosses...

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This section contains 1,223 words
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