To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | 3 Lessons Scout Learns in to Kill a Mockingbird

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3 Lessons Scout Learns in to Kill a Mockingbird

Summary: Harper Lee's Novel To Kill a Mockingbird overflows with many of life's important lessons. Three of the most significant lessons learned by Scout during the course of the story are courage, acceptance, and respect.
In To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Scout learns many lessons, three of which include courage, acceptance, and respect.

Atticus teaches Scout what real courage is through Ms. Dubose, for Atticus says real courage is, ."..when you know you're licked before you begin but you begin anyway...(Pg. 112)." By analyzing Atticus' definition, courage can be seen in Atticus' actions as well as in Ms. Dubose. Scout sees a person with real courage, for Ms. Dubose portrays courage by cutting down on her medicine even though she knew it would be painful and unsuccessful. Scout sees and realizes the courage of her father after learning that courage is not ."..a man with a gun in his hand (Pg.112)." Scout learns that Atticus has courage because he knows the impossibility of winning the trial due to the racism in the town; nonetheless, he...

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