As a character, Atticus is even-handed throughout the story.
But those are only a few of the characters in To Kill a Mockingbird; what about the rest? It will assist you in keeping track of the To Kill a Mockingbird characters as you read.
The Finch Family The main characters in this novel are part of the Finch family. During the bulk of the novel, she is six to nine years old.
Therefore, as you read the novel, you have to consider her credibility in reporting the facts of those times. Jem goes through a significant change during the book, trying to come into his own as a young man and understand his feelings toward his father.
He acts as a guardian to Scout on most of their adventures, much to her chagrin. He has a casual, friendly relationship with his children; as Scout puts it in chapter one, "Jem and I found our father satisfactory; he played with us, read to us, and treated us with courteous detachment.
He is a doctor living in the Boston area, but occasionally enters the events of the novel. Scout looks up to Uncle Jack and considers him to be much livelier than her own father.
She and Scout frequently butt heads. She acts as a surrogate mother figure to Scout and Jem, whose own mother died when Scout was two and Jem was six. Scout and Calpurnia tend to argue a lot, but at the heart of their relationship is a strong bond.
The Residents of Maycomb Scout and Jem are surrounded by friends and family in Maycomb; as Scout tells us in the first chapter, "Atticus was related by blood or marriage to nearly every family in the town. They consider her to be a good friend of the family, and she guides them through many of their life questions.
Dubose was plain hell," according to Scout chapter 1. She is a mean old widow, but she fights a secret and courageous battle against a morphine addiction. He secretly watches over the children and eventually saves them from harm at the end of the novel.
He got into trouble as a teenager and became the prisoner of his own home — with his parents as the wardens, and later his brother — ever since. The Ewell family is dirt-poor, racist, and they live on the "bad side" of town. Bob Ewell threatens Atticus during the novel and tries to attack the children in the end.
He comes from a poor family, and Scout invites him to come to her house for lunch and laughs at his poor manners.
Cunningham leads the lynch mob that comes after Tom Robinson, but Scout manages to stop them by talking to him about his son. Tom is the black man accused of raping Mayella Ewell. Heck is the town sheriff; he is a good and honest lawman who tries to serve his town well.
Raymond is supposedly the town drunk, but in reality he only drinks Coca-Cola out of his brown paper bag. This post is part of the series:To Kill a Mockingbird is the story of Atticus Finch and his family during the Thirties in rural Alabama.
The action takes place over several months of a given year. The most important part of the film deals with Finch defending a black man for allegedly raping a white woman. In To Kill a Mockingbird, author Harper Lee uses memorable characters to explore Civil Rights and racism in the segregated southern United States of the s.
Told through the eyes of Scout Finch, you learn about her father Atticus Finch, an attorney who hopelessly strives to prove the innocence of a black man unjustly accused of rape; and. Atticus Finch, father of Jem and Scout is the fairest citizen of Maycomb Ã Â a tired old townÃ Â in Alabama.
Boo Radley is an intelligent child emotionally damaged by his cruel father. Bob Ewell is considered by many to be white trash because of his way of living and his alcohol addiction/5(1).
To Kill A Mockingbird is told through the eyes of a six-year-old tomboy named Scout Finch. Her father, Atticus, is an attorney- at- law and defends a black man named Tom Robinson, who is accused of raping a white young woman.
Atticus Finch Character Analysis Atticus Finch is one of the major characters in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird. Atticus is a lawyer in Maycomb, the representative of Alabama in state legislature, the defendant of Tom Robinson, and the father of Jem and Scout Finch.
In the novel “To Kill a Mocking Bird” by Harper Lee, one of the main characters is Atticus Finch, a defense lawyer for May comb County, Alabama.