What are symbols of Atticus Finch?what are why these symbols of atticus finch

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loraaa | Student | (Level 2) Valedictorian

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he is a man, He has high moral standards and believes in justice. he represents the good of society. and he's the only one who would represent a black man and the truth.

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gracious15 | Student, Grade 12 | (Level 1) Salutatorian

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Atticus represents goodness and strength of character and human dignity in the novel. He has high moral standards and believes in justice and truth. He is willing to stand up for what he believes in, even when it is not a popular thing to do. He is the conscience of the community, the moral fiber and the one who is always willing to walk in another's shoes. He represents the good of society. like the person above me said, he represented a black man, even though he knew he was going to lose, because he knew that everyone should have an equal chance. he also instilled those qualities in his children and taught them to always treat everyone with respect, no matter their race or social class.


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