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To Kill a Mockingbird Text Response

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The following document is a text response on the essay question 'What values does Atticus want to teach his children?' whilst integrating important quotes from the novel.

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Literature To Kill a Mockingbird Fiction Film Atticus Finch Atticus Harper Lee Jem Conscience Empathy Ewell Go Set a Watchman
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Literature To Kill a Mockingbird Fiction Film Atticus Finch Atticus Harper Lee Jem Conscience Empathy Ewell Go Set a Watchman
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The text is set in Maycomb country, a modest southern town that is all too familiar with racial segregation. Atticus Finch, a respectable lawyer, firmly believes the most proficient method of teaching by example. To his children, he is not only a father, but also a best friend; this is evident throughout ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, as both Jem and Scout refer to him by his first name, and in return, he regards them as adults and answers their questions with sincerity. Through trials of moral conscience, he is able to pass his unshakeable values onto his children. Atticus Finch’s presence in the novel serves as an archetype of both physical and moral courage, as his bravery is tested time and time again. Scott and Jem a...
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