Definition of True Courage
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"Did she frighten you?" said Atticus. Then Jem responded with, "No sir." (143) When Jem is forced to read to Mrs. Dubose he shows courage by listening to Atticus and putting on a strong face in front of her.
" Guilty . . . guilty. . . guilty. . . guilty. . .", said Judge Taylor. (page 282) Atticus was not forced to defend Tom Robinson, but he chose to although he knew he would not win. This act just shows how willing and outstandingly courage's he is.
"Don't go near that dog, you understand? Don't go near him, he's just as dangerous dead as alive." (128)This event is when Atticus shot the dog and showed courage. Instead of hiding and waiting he stepped up to the plate and did what he had to do.
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