To Kill a Mockingbird- The theme of courage
In 1960, Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird was published. It is a story about
growing up, human dignity and prejudgment. It is a story about courage. Courage is
mental or moral strength to venture, persevere and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty.
The theme of courage is embodied in the characters of the novel. Courage is apparent in
Atticus, Boo, and Jem. Throughout the novel, the actions
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courage in everyday
common people, yet in To Kill a Mockingbird; several characters in the book exhibit
courage. Though Atticus, Boo and Jem display courage, they are not the only characters
to do so. The characters in the novel face numerous conflicts, and with time, conflicts
become more serious. It is only through courage that these conflicts can be won.
this is to kill a moking bird which i particularly like as a novel.