He revolts against society and follows his own principles to fight against inequality.
He revolts against society and follows his own principles to fight against inequality.Atticus’s ambition grows so strong that he faces the wrath and anger of Maycomb, a place, where he is once respected and admired.
‘Theme’ is a universal idea presented in a literary piece of work.
In To Kill a Mockingbird, themes are specific and yet applicable to any timeline.
The theme of education in To Kill a Mockingbird is not only evident but also very pervasive.
Despite the fact that the educational system in Maycomb leaves much to be desired, Atticus instills love and benefit of good education in Jem and Scout.
But Atticus and his children approach others from a place of empathy and tenderness which successfully prepares them to confront evil without losing heart.
The theme of innocence also looms large in the novel. The test of their innocence comes when their father decides to support a black man.
In To Kill A Mockingbird, courage is ..."when you know you're licked before you begin but you begin anyway and you see it through no matter what" (112).
Courage plays a major role in To Kill A Mockingbird, the story of two young children growing up in an unfair world infected with racism, sexism, and more.
Scout and Jem also observe prejudice when Aunt Alexandra suggests Atticus to fire Calpurnia and teach children the importance of class.
Another major theme that runs throughout the novel is of moral complexity.