I wanted you to see something about her-I wanted you to see what real courage is, instead of a man with a gun is hand a subtle reference to himself. Also Jem does a pretty decent job of fighting Bob Ewell when he attacks them the night of the pageant. Jem refuses to obey his father for the first time in his life. In addition, Atticus went against his moral code and principles he had always upheld before, when Atticus is faced with the decision of abiding by the law or breaking it in order to do the right thing. In conclusion, Atticus shows praiseworthy courage and behaviour in many instances throughout the story, not by fighting or killing, but by standing up for what he believed in a civilized and determined way. You rarely win but sometimes you do.
The characters who exemplify this are Jem Finch, Mrs. She was the bravest person I ever knew. Then there is Tom Robinson, a hardworking, strong, and innocent man. Cunningham of the folly of his ways. The theme of courage is apparent throughout the story as Scout and her older brother, Jem, come face to face with understanding the world in which they live. He went out of the room and down the hall.
In conclusion, Atticus shows praiseworthy courage and behavior, in many instances, throughout the story. Underwood had to use his double-barrelled gun to try to cover for Atticus from his office on top of the jail. Maycomb, although quaint and quiet, was quite similar to nearly every other town in the Deep South during that period, hiding a revolting sense of racism beneath the surface. Many people, including Jem and Scout when they're young, mix up courage with strength. Atticus tells her to fight with her head instead of her fists.
Her father, Atticus Finch is a lawyer who is defending a black man, Tom Robinson, with the charge of raping a white girl. Scout, however, is braver by addressing the mob — although, ironically, she has no idea how brave she's being. Nevertheless, no matter how much his reputation suffered, he did not change his mind. And by the end of the story, Scout can put herself in Boo Radley's shoes, the person she's feared most throughout the story. After the trial, he seems destined to be held in the same high regard as before. Boo does many kind things for the children such as leaving them little presents in the tree house. Scout and Jem were ther in the court room to see how their father perform the defending in this case.
Acts of courage have been displayed variously through literature, media, and history. As a father, he puts a lot of emphasis on being an excellent role model for his children. Henry Lafayette Dubose, even though she regularly heaps verbal abuse on him and his children. The racist views of the town are against Atticus defending Tom Robinson, a black man accused of raping a white woman, and Atticus is often discriminated against for not agreeing with them. In this case, we will be doing a lot of erasing for many reasons. She displayed courage in times where most people would surrender to the drug, and also her being able to stick to secret about her addiction shows great courage.
As the reader can clearly see, Atticus epitomizes the definition of courage. Courage is found throughout Harper Lee's novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. Another deed that Atticus takes on is to defend a black man, Tom Robinson, in a trial against a white man, Bob Ewell, who claims Tom raped his daughter. Later on in the story, Jem and Scout encounter the vindictive. Atticus is daring and sincere with Scout and Jem, but to himself also. He doesn't under-represent his client, even though he knows that his own town will turn against him for doing the best job he can.
Atticus was not obligated by law to protect his client but he took on the responsibility so that his client could be judged in court, not by physical action, the kind of courage that Maycomb took as priority. He went against Maycomb, a generally prejudice town, in order to defend Tom. His children, Scout and Jem, also feel the hatred of others against them because of what their father's beliefs are. This shows that Atticus is not afraid of dire consequences such as death, as long as he does what is morally right. However, though heroes face complications throughout their quest, in the end they often accomplish an important rask. Atticus Finch is the father of two young children, Jem and Scout. He knew, as an officer of the court, that withholding information from an investigation could have gotten him thrown in jail.
The contemporary moral issues related to the current problems that are of controversial nature and in which the community is evenly divided on the opinion they hold of right or wrong. Lastly it is courageous of him standing up to the individuals at the jail house. He does what courage calls for, facing fears. As a wise role model to his town of Maycomb as well as his children, Atticus Finch becomes a prominently admirable character. But back then, it took real courage to stand up for another race, even for a white lawyer who was loved by the town of Maycomb, Alabama.
Within this backdrop the character of Atticus Finch was created. Dubose's fight with addiction and her willingness to face her illness head-on despite knowing that it's going to take her life, and other scenarios. Atticus grew up on a cotton farm and eventually became a defence lawyer. After a guilty verdict is delivered, Jem and Scout's visions of truth and justice are shattered. Although she may have had completely different views than Atticus, she showed such bravery in the way she wanted to leave this world, free of anything holding her back. Atticus put his life and career in the line.