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I think that one of the most important qualities a person can have is being courageous If a person doesnt have courageous and doesnt take risks they can never accomplish what they wish to do in life A courageous person is an accomplished person In this book Atticus is the father of two wonderful and intelligent children He showed them moral courage Mrs Dubose losing battles Tom Robinsons case and just plain courage the Radley homeMrs Dubose was an old woman Jem and Scout were terrified of the horrible woman The reason why they were so scared was because she was always in an ugly mood Whenever they would pass her house she would criticize how Scout dressed talked acted and that her father had done a terrible job of raising her The only thing that the children didnt understand was that she was trying to fight a battle This battle was that Mrs Dubose was a morphine addict She took the morphine because she was very ill and without out it she would have been in too much pain She wished to die free and clean so she tried to stop herself Therefore everyday she would have Jem read to her and the next day a little longer and longer etc So that was how she tried This I think is called moral courage and she wonThomas Robinson was an innocent man He did not commit any crime against Mayella Ewell the judge knew that the jury and so did Mayella Ewell He was falsely accused of raping Mayella on November twenty-first All he ever did was help her by helping her around her home If not in the 1930s did people believe a white mans story over a black mans story even if the white man were lying then Tom would have been found not guilty Because people were so prejudice this happen to a lot of black innocent people Tom Robinson thought
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