To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Courage or Cowardice?

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Courage or Cowardice?

Summary: Courage becomes not only true to this story, but also applicable to life outside To Kill A Mockingbird. The attitudes of Jem and Scout are used to show true key elements of courage. Lessons taught by Atticus and Mrs. Dubose show Jem and Scout fine examples of courage and hence teaching the children to stand up for your rights no matter what. These mentors are vital not only to Jem and Scout, but also to the reader.
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee demonstrates fighting for what you believe in no matter the consequence, exemplifies courage at its best. Fighting for your thoughts and morals without regard for what people or society as a whole think also shows another area of courage. The mentality of many suggests that courage has not to do with fear or being afraid. Getting into a situation where the outcome odds are not in you favor, but jumping in anyways with the hope that you might make the outcome possible with slim chances.

Atticus defines "Real courage is when you know you're licked before you begin" he follows with, "you begin anyway and see it through no matter what." This statement's amount of power and meaning becomes phenomenal because it shows the fight against the discrimination of people, and welcomes certain problems with open arms along with the...

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