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vincent gagnon

on 10 June 2015

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Atticus as a moral compass
Thesis
In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird Atticus is represented as not only a moral compass for his children and the community of Maycomb but also for the reader. Harper Lee utilizes him as a vehicle against discrimination.
Conclusion
- Moral compass
- Good person

Parenting
- Accepting thing the way they are
- Obeying the law
-Treatement
Keeping his cool
- Violence is never the answer
- Walking away
- Avoiding the fight
Everyone is equal
- Final statement
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