Essay On To Kill A Mockingbird Courage

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In the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird”, courage is shown in several important characters in the novel. They are Mrs. Dubose, Atticus, Jem, and Maycomb County. Courage is shown in several ways and forms, the most common ones throughout the novel where childish courage, and moral courage. Atticus is a lawyer whose role was to defend Tom Robinson in his case that he might have raped a white woman. He isn’t racist, he stands up for what he believes in, and doesn’t care what people say about him. Atticus has been called a “nigger-lover” by many people in Maycomb, but he still had the moral courage to stick with his job in defending Tom Robinson. He even told Jem and Scout to not do anything that would affect his decision on staying with the trial or not. I thought that that showed his determination to continue with…show more content…
Tittle was a father and a quarterback for the New York Giants for three years, leading the Giants to the National Football League championship game, only to lose each time. He was the Most Valuable Player in 1963, and also a football ancient, 38 years old, and looked it. He never gave up on his team with all hard work and dedication he had put into it to make sure his team made it to the championship game even with a loss. The play that almost ended his life, made him even more valuable and respectful. On the play he had thrown a screen pay that was intercepted and returned for a touchdown. His arms were high as he threw while John Baker, a 270-pound defensive end for the Steelers, drove him down to the ground with his helmet into Tittle’s sternum. It was fair. Tittle couldn’t breathe. He spent the rest of the night in the emergency room watching the game and still rooting for his team. He had always gotten hurt, and always had injuries that he could tape up, wrap up, and put Novocain on, but not this one. This one was different. After the X-ray, there were no broken bones revealed. His ribs showed bruising and the muscle from his rib cage was

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