To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Courage in to Kill Mockingbird

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Courage in to Kill Mockingbird

Summary: The novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee shows both moral and physical courage. The idea of courage takes different forms in the story. The truest challenge to anyone's courage was the Radley house, Atticus as parent showed both aspects of courage and tried to get it through his children and "the real courage" in the novel was shown by Mrs. Dubose. The idea of courage was quiet important in the novel and it was expressed in a number of ways.
The novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee shows both moral and physical courage. The idea of courage takes different forms in the story. The truest challenge to anyone's courage was the Radley house, Atticus as parent showed both aspects of courage and tried to get it through his children and "the real courage" in the novel was shown by Mrs. Dubose. The idea of courage was quiet important in the novel and it was expressed in a number of ways.

The idea of courage taking different forms caused a strong reaction in me as a reader because it enabled me to see things through someone else's point of view. It showed me how brave the children were when they faced the truest challenge to their courage, which was the Radley house. Dill made a bet with Jem that challenged his courage. Rather than...

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