Her own words helped her to sort out her own beliefs; of equality, and fairness by reminding him or rather them of the morally sound way her, and her family act.
Scout started school, having a very rough first day Among moral courage being important for a proper community to function in philosophical excellence so are physical and mental courage.
From the beginning of chapter, Scout makes her feelings towards Mrs. There is a theme of a coexistence of good and evil in this novel.
Many of the characters assume that people are good because they have never seen evil One of the main differences between them is their writing styles.
They did what was right when the odds of succeeding were against them. He takes on these responsibilities without hesitation, and cares far Scout and Jem the only way he knows how.
Finally, Atticus perfectly demonstrates moral courage by representing Tom Robinson and defining moral courage. The younger childhood years are the most important, this is the most susceptible and vulnerable time for people, and good role models are key to a good development.A man of great strength and courage, he is Scout and Jem's hero; the steady presence that keeps them grounded and their only connection to the adult world. Moral courage is the courage to stand up for what an individual believes to be right, to stand up for it, despite what the risks and consequences may be. Yet through all of this he still strives to represent Tom Robinson and protect him as much as he can even though it can affect him so severely. Courage exists in several forms as cleverly depicted in the novel, such as childish courage, moral courage. Harper Lee objective was to send a simple message to her readers. Celie is the central character who has the most examples of courage although there are other people Many people believe that to have courage, you must conquer something physically challenging Finally, Atticus perfectly demonstrates moral courage by representing Tom Robinson and defining moral courage. The trail is the most important part in the novel, and is the most dramatically effective. In the story To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee defines courage within Atticus, Jem, and Scout, and believes that courage is more than just being a good person to your peers