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“Do all lawyers defend n-Negroes, Atticus?”...
“Of course they do... I’m simply defending a Negro—his name’s Tom Robinson. He lives in that little settlement beyond the town dump. Pg 100.
"The rifle cracked. Tim Johnson leaped, flopped over and crumpled on the sidewalk in a brown-and-white heap. He didn’t know what hit him
"I wanted you to see something about her—I wanted you to see what real courage is, instead of getting the idea that courage is a man with a gun in his hand." pg. 149
Courage: Atticus does not just go on with his life when he is offered to defend Tom Robinson, instead he does what he knows is right: he defends an innocent man. This puts his own life at risk, as well as the lives of his family, demonstrating extreme courage.
Courage: Atticus demonstrates courage when he is standing in the middle of the street, facing a rabid dog armed only with a shotgun. Especially in front of many neighbors and his own children, shooting the dog was especially courageous.
Courage: In this scene Atticus gives Jem a lesson on courage after Mrs. Dubose passed away. Atticus is saying that Mrs. Duose was courageous because of her ability to let go of her addiction to die freely.
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