To Kill a Mockingbird

Atticus's Morals

why do you think its important to scout and Miss Maudie that Atticus acts the same at home as he does in public?what does it say about Atticus's moral vs community morals?Can we do this?

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The fact that Atticus displays the same morals and conduct both in and away from the public eye is a testament to who he is as a man. Atticis does not display a false face and makes no pretense that he is anything but the man we perceive him to be. Thus, Atticus is trustworthy and genuine..... he's the kind of man we'd all like to know.