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9"s "If you shouldn't be defendin' him, then why are you doin' it?" "For a number of reasons said Atticus. Scout, Jem, and Dill display some moments of courage in their antics with the Radley house, but often those are more bravado-driven than prompted by true courage. Plus so much more. Related Characters: (speaker (speaker Page Number and Citation: 100-101 Chapter 10"s After my bout with Cecil Jacobs when I committed myself to a policy of cowardice, word got around that Scout Finch wouldn't fight any more, her daddy wouldn't let her. He is confronted with a mob at the courthouse, he is spit upon by Bob Ewell, and he risks losing the respect of everyone in town that disagrees with him-including his own sister and her family. Related Characters: (speaker (speaker Page Number and Citation: 119 "Atticus, you must be wrong." "How's that?" "Well, most folks seem to think they're right and you're wrong." Related Characters: (speaker Page Number and Citation: 139 Chapter 11"s It was times like these when. Atticus would rather not fight, but he knows that, when needed, he must and will. Boo Radley cares for Jem and Scout.
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Could you ever be courageous enough to go against your entire town, and their beliefs? She is cantankerous, rude, and prejudiced; however, she also has a kind of inner strength which enables her to kick a long-time addiction in order to die free. Jem bravely defends his sister against the attack by Bob Ewell before he is overcome. "Dill, I had to tell him he said. A simple word with a million meanings.
Jem tells scout one night. Even if it meant facing the children that she got in trouble, and made miserable for weeks. Her courage really stands out here because the kids didnt really know what kind of person she was to everyone. "To Kill a Mockingbird Themes: Courage." LitCharts. Courageous people are not always fearless. He had been leaning against the wall when I came into the room, his arms down and across his chest. He defends his neighbourhood and all of its citizens from the rabid Tim Johnson.