To Kill A Mockinbird by Harper Lee (theme)
The process of justice can create or bring down one's dignity and respect. To do what is right, and overlook others opinions might take courage, especially when being against what the majority of people believe. In Harper Lee's story, To Kill a Mockingbird, one of the main characters, Atticus Finch, faces this situation. He knows his duty to carry on and teach his family to do the right thing, which includes defending Tom Robinson - an innocent black man - even when most of the people don't think so.
<Tab/>The youngsters learn straight from their father's mouth and from what…
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