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Things are not always the way they first appear In the book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee this statement is explained well In the book there are several characters that show this change Three of the several characters are Atticus Finch Dolphus Raymond and Boo Radley The story is about racism discrimination all shown in a little town called Macomb One character who shows a change from the beginning of the story is Atticus Finch In the beginning of the book Atticus is described as a man who is stubborn and articulate Atticus appears to be watchful uninteresting and a quiet man Scout Atticuss daughter says that her father was never interesting This opinion all changed the day the mad dog arrived The mad dog refers to a dog with rabies and strangely came during the oddest month of February Calpurnia the Finch familys African American housekeeper told Atticus about the mad dog when he came from work When the time was good Atticus took his shotgun and aimed at the crazy dog shooting him in the middle of his eyes Showing that Atticuss hand eye coordination was excellent This change shows that Atticus Finch has an interesting life and is not the way he first seemed I wanted you to see what real courage is instead of getting the idea that courage is a man with a gun in his hand pg116 Another character that shows a change is Dolphus Raymond also known as the town drunk At the beginning Dolphus Raymond seems to be a white drunk man who always hangs around colored folks During the time of the Tom Robinson trial this town drunk explains that he only acts this way in front of the white people so he can protect his love for an African American woman Dolphus Raymond proves that being in love with a
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