Hannah Smith (To Kill a Mockingbird)
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To Kill A Mockingbird By: Horton Foote
Character Analysis of Atticus Finch
"Could shoot all the blue jays i wanted, if i could hit them, but remember, it is a sin to kill a mockingbird." This reveals that Atticus can teach his son the same stuff that Atticus' father taught him. Atticus had a long talk with Scout about Scout fighting Walter. That shows that she looks up to Atticus and is thankful for the things he teaches her.
Atticus Finch breaks up the lynch mob that came for Tom Robinson. The African American accused of raping Mayella. This Shows the reader that Atticus is a caring man and he is protecting Mr.Robinson. Atticus does not want anything to happen to Tom, so Atticus can clear his name of what Tom Robinson is being charged of.
"Ewell Spits in Atticus' face. Atticus stares at him, wipes off his face, and starts to get into the car. That reveals that Atticus is a good man. He's very calm in hard situations. He respects people that have disrespected him. After all the rude, coldhearted things Ewell has gone, Atticus is still very calm. When "man" grabs Jem, Atticus flushes and clenches his fist. this Shows that he is very protective over his children. You can disrespect Atticus but not his children.
"Atticus raises his glasses, points the gun, and shoots." This reveals he looks old. Atticus takes his pocket watch out when reading to Scout. This proves he is classy, proper, and sophisticated.
Overall, Atticus is a single parent, he is taking care of two children, Jem and Scout. He is very caring, he cares for everyone. Atticus is very class because he is a lawyer, he has to look nice, and professional. Throughout the screenplay, Atticus struggles to prove a black man is innocent for rape.
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