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To Kill a Mockingbird, an Analysis of Atticus Finch

Summary: Discusses the novel To Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee. Analyzes the character of Atticus Finch. Examines his empathetic nature.
The novel To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, is an inspiring book because it shows the way people lived during the Depression time, and how racist the town could be. It mostly revolves around the Finch family and their cook, Calpurnia. Atticus, the father of Jem and Scout, whose real names are Jeremy and Jean Louise, is a lawyer who is very respectful towards anyone's opinion. Because Atticus is a very open minded person, he is able to put himself in others? places, allowing him to better understand them.

Throughout the novel, Atticus remains open minded, always open to new ideas and perspectives. When someone is able to look beyond what others think, he can respect others? opinions. "They"re certainly entitled to think that, and they"re entitled to full respect for their opinions? (105), Atticus explains to Jem after...

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