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matter who they are. Nevertheless, Mr. Link Deas was kicked out of the courtroom for standing up and announcing, “That boy’s worked for me eight years an’ I ain’t had a speck o’trouble outta him” (Lee 195). He did break the rules by speaking without being asked to do so, but he just wanted everyone to know the truth. Students can take from this that it's important to stand up for what they believe in, especially if it's for the benefit of others. In conclusion, To Kill a Mockingbird inspires readers to not be afraid to voice their beliefs even they are nervous.
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Suleymanov 1 Some people want to ban this novel because they feel that the racism and language is repulsive, inappropriate, and doesn't stimulate in a positive way, but it actually does the opposite of that. Such as, Atticus defends Tom Robinson on his trial by saying to the jury, “...some Negroes lie, some Negroes are immoral, some Negro men are not to be trusted around women-black or white. But this is a truth that applies to the human race and to no particular race of men” (Lee 204). Yes, Atticus stereotypes the colored men here, but the point he is trying to make is quite virtuous. He expresses that we should not judge people by their race but by their character. To illustrate, Scout starts to use the word nigger and nigger-lover so Atticus explains to her that “...nigger- lover is just one of those terms that… ignorant, trashy people use… when they think somebody's favoring Negroes over and above themselves” (Lee 108). By giving Scout a lesson on how these words work, Atticus also does likewise for the audience. The
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