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Hatred to detest or loathe How can this textbook definition even begin to describe true hatred In the novel To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee Atticus idea of prejudice does not define the harsh reality of the hatred that exists in Maycomb County Atticus believed that if even one person stopped being prejudiced it would make a big difference He taught his children to accept everyone for who they are regardless of race or social standing As a result Atticus misconception of evil became dangerous for him and his children His misunderstanding of the extreme hatred in Maycomb almost cost him his childrens lives Atticus believes that if even one person reconsiders being prejudice it will make a difference In the novel Atticus morals and values are very high He is not racist and treats everybody the same in a courteous and gentlemanly manner Atticus gains the respect of some of the people in Maycomb County by acting in such a way The people in Maycomb showed their appreciation for Atticuss taciturn fight against racism and hatred in many different ways Atticus was not afraid to defend Tom Robinson to his full extent he believed every person had the right to a fair trial and believed Toms innocence even though he was black As expected Atticus did not win the case but gained the respect of the black community They were very happy that for once somebody was listening and sticking up for them They showed their respect in a very open way As a sign of respect and a thank you the black community gave Atticus a great deal of food Atticuss eyes filled with tears He did not speak for a moment Tell them Im very grateful he said Tell them-tell them they must never do this again Times are too hard213 He was very taken aback by this Even though he had only done a little bit to help the black
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