Theme Of Integrity In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Sheldon Mc Duling English Literature Explore Atticus as a man of Integrity: Atticus shows integrity by sticking to his strong principals and his morals. Miss Maudie said, “Atticus is the same on the street as he is in the courtroom.” This means that his moral principals stay the same at home, on the street and in the court. He teaches Jem and Scout the same morals he lives by, to them. He treats his children with the same respect as he would respect anyone else in Maycomb. He uses a highly intellectual vocabulary when he speaks to Scout, so that he does not make her feel inferior and childish, even when she doesn’t understand at times. Atticus is trying to show Jem the ways of being a gentlemen, by leading
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