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Jem and Scout are confused as to why Mrs. Dubose gets all weird while they read to her and Jesse tells them to leave. Later Atticus says she was battling her morphine addiction, showing how Mrs. Dubose had courage to not use morphine to ease her pain because she did not want to die an addict.
Go on now children it is time for Mrs. Dubose's medicine.
Scout is confused as to why Atticus is defending Tom when he knows they will lose. Atticus does what is morally right and does his job by trying his best to help Tom, showing immense courage for putting himself out there in this difficult case.
"Scout, simply by the nature of the work, every lawyer gets at least one case in his lifetime that affects him personally. This one's mine, I guess."
"If you shouldn't be defendin' him, then why are you doin' it?"
Boo came out of his secure home to save the children he has been watching over and took a chance and came out of his house to make sure they were safe from Mr. Ewell. Boo has courage for coming out of hiding and putting himself in the spotlight as a hero of these children.
Going out on a limb for the well being of others and putting yourself in difficult situations are sacrifices worth making regardless of the outcome.
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