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Atticus in Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird

Summary: An analysis of the character Atticus Finch in Harper Lee's novel To Kill a Mockingbird. A well-respected, courteous, and sincere man, Atticus was not only a loving father to his children Jem and Scout, but he also remained true to his conscience even when everyone else opposed his views.

In the novel To kill a Mockingbird, Atticus was portrayed as the most outstanding character. He was a well respected man and treated everybody with courtesy and sincerity even when they constantly abused him. He was a loving father towards Jem and Scout and always knew when to be strict and when to be gentle with them. At all times, Atticus remained true to his conscience with whatever he did even when everyone else opposed to his views. Atticus was a great man and a great exemplar for all.

It was recognised that Atticus was much respected by the majority of the `county folks.' He understood the personalities of his neighbours very well and always tried his best to please them. "Atticus was Maycomb born and bred: he knew his people and his people knew him." This may seem to be...

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