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"To Kill a Mockingbird": a Character Sketch of Atticus Finch

Summary: Attiucs Finch was a loving father of two, a son Jeremy (Jem), and a daughter Jean Louise (Scout). Attiucs was an honorable defense lawyer for his town and part of the State Legislative. Atticus accepts a case for an accused black rapist, Tom Robinson. Atticus has more than just Tom Robinson to defend; he must defend his self morals and family in "To Kill a Mockingbird," by Harper Lee.
Attiucs Finch was a loving father of two, a son Jeremy (Jem), and a daughter Jean Louise (Scout). Attiucs was an honorable defense lawyer for his town and part of the State Legislative. Atticus accepts a case for an accused black rapist, Tom Robinson. Atticus has more than just Tom Robinson to defend; he must defend his self morals and family in "To Kill a Mockingbird," by Harper Lee.

Being part of the state Legislative and a great lawyer makes Atticus an important public figure for the town. He is an older man, in his 50's and is nearly blind in one eye, so he must were glasses. He is a great teacher and has a lot of common sense as well as book smarts. Through the story Atticus teaches his children through other's mistakes and poor behavior...

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