To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Atticusfinch and Bob Ewell as My Foil Characters

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Atticusfinch and Bob Ewell as My Foil Characters

Summary: A comparison of Atticus Finch and Bob Ewell reveals striking similarities, yet strong differences as well. Both address social issues.
"Better build schoolrooms for the boy, than cells and gibbles for the man" (Eliza Cook)

this statement best describes Atticus Finch and Bob Ewell. Atticus is an honest lawyer

and the father of Jem and scout in the novel. Atticus is a lawyer and stands out as a

leader on the other hand Bob was the Father of the bunch of Ewells who only attend

school on the first day. Although they use to live in the same town there was a big

difference between the thinking of both. Bob Ewell acts as a foil character to Atticus

Finch in the novel TO KILL A MOCKING BIRD.

In the mid of the story Bob turns against Atticus because he was supporting a Negro

Tom Robinson who was accused of raping her daughter Mayella Ewell. Atticus is a

well-educated man while Bob Ewell...

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