To kill a mockingbird.
True courage is demonstrated when a person does or decides to do something that other are afraid to do. Courage is one of the key themes presented in the novel 'To kill a Mockingbird'. Courage is shown when Atticus Finch decides to stand up and stick with a black man's case that is accused for a white girls rape. It is also shown when Mrs. Dubose attempts to quit her morphine addiction and also by Miss Maudie Attikson when she agrees with Atticus instead of taking the towns view on the black man's case and prejudice.
Atticus Finch is the main character that demonstrates courage in the nov…
- A character study on Atticus from the book: To Kill A Mockingbird.
- To kill a mockingbird.
- To Kill a Mockingbird. The question asks to explain the significance of the mockingbird in the novel.
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