To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Student Essay

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To Kill a Mockingbird: Values

Summary: This essay discusses the values Atticus wants to teach his kids throughout the book "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee.
In To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus tries to teach his kids a lot of things. He means a lot to the town, and wants to make sure his kids reflect on him. He wants people to think of his kids just as they do to him. In other words, Atticus wants them to be honest and loyal, and treat everyone equally.

Atticus wants to make sure he teaches his children are honesty. As we already know, Atticus is a lawyer, and he is all for the truth. You can tell his kids really know how much he really appreciates their honesty, for example when they sneak into the Radley's yard, and are forced to lie. "Dill's hand sought the back of his head. He brought it forward and across his forehead. `We were playin' strip poker up yonder by the fishpool,' he said." Even...

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