-Harper Lee, "To Kill A Mockingbird." Atticus Finch may be my favorite literary character.

13 Most Memorable Quotes From Famous Classic Novels

This series is lovely in the fact you can clearly see the relationship and journey of two people .

This series is lovely in the fact you can clearly see the relationship and journey of two people .

Week 5: (Favourite quote) Atticus speaks this to his son after the loss of Tom Robinson's case in court - the jury convicted him guilty by untrue charges, simply because of previous prejudice. Mr Finch recognises that by social standards many beliefs should be put aside when dealing with the law - but in reality,  like most things revolving around Negroes in that era, bias and hatred prevails. This quote proves Atticus's wiseness in the face of wrongdoing, as he believes that any man should…

Week 5: (Favourite quote) Atticus speaks this to his son after the loss of Tom Robinson's case in court - the jury convicted him guilty by untrue charges, simply because of previous prejudice. Mr Finch recognises that by social standards many beliefs should be put aside when dealing with the law - but in reality, like most things revolving around Negroes in that era, bias and hatred prevails. This quote proves Atticus's wiseness in the face of wrongdoing, as he believes that any man should…

Chapter 17: "...Tom Robinson's manners were as good as Atticus's" (Lee 260). Direct Characterization of Tom Robinson

Chapter 17: "...Tom Robinson's manners were as good as Atticus's" (Lee 260). Direct Characterization of Tom Robinson

Boxing Legends Sugar Ray Robinson, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, Ken Norton & former L.A. mayor, Tom Bradley

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Boxing Legends Sugar Ray Robinson, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, Ken Norton & former L.A. mayor, Tom Bradley

Ch 17:  The trial of Tom Robinson begins and starts off with Mr. Heck Tate.  We learn that when the accident happened no doctor was called, Mayella was bruised on her right side and choked around the neck and that Mr. Ewell is left handed which is a pivotal point.

Ch 17: The trial of Tom Robinson begins and starts off with Mr. Heck Tate. We learn that when the accident happened no doctor was called, Mayella was bruised on her right side and choked around the neck and that Mr. Ewell is left handed which is a pivotal point.

This quote really fit Atticus' character because he is the change in his society and he showed this when he took on the Tom Robinson case.

This quote really fit Atticus' character because he is the change in his society and he showed this when he took on the Tom Robinson case.

Quote about Tom Robinson:Tom Robinson’s a colored man, Jem. No jury in this part of the world’s going to say, ‘We think you’re guilty, but not very,’ on a charge like that. It was either a straight acquittal or nothing.”Quote from Character:“Did you harm her in any way?” “I did not, suh.” “Did you resist her advances?” “Mr. Finch, I tried. I tried to ‘thout bein’ ugly to her. I didn’t wanta be ugly, I didn’t wanta push her or nothin’.”

Quote about Tom Robinson:Tom Robinson’s a colored man, Jem. No jury in this part of the world’s going to say, ‘We think you’re guilty, but not very,’ on a charge like that. It was either a straight acquittal or nothing.”Quote from Character:“Did you harm her in any way?” “I did not, suh.” “Did you resist her advances?” “Mr. Finch, I tried. I tried to ‘thout bein’ ugly to her. I didn’t wanta be ugly, I didn’t wanta push her or nothin’.”

Part 1: One of several other quotes of Atticus is, “Simply because we were licked a hundred years before we started is no reason for us not to try to win,” which is about the Tom Robinson case. Ever since the 1860s, in which slavery and the Civil War took place in, the racism of whites being more significant than blacks has existed from then to the 1960s.

Part 1: One of several other quotes of Atticus is, “Simply because we were licked a hundred years before we started is no reason for us not to try to win,” which is about the Tom Robinson case. Ever since the 1860s, in which slavery and the Civil War took place in, the racism of whites being more significant than blacks has existed from then to the 1960s.

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