'Cry about simple hell people give other people-without even thinking' go right to the heart of this book.According to Atticus`s point of view, one towards which the children grow in the course of the book, compasion is the only proper response to this tragic fact of human behaviour.
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Atticus' summation is completely correct, particularly when you consider the setting of the novel. Small southern towns showed no compassion to the black population, and they shunned the poor as not worth bothering with. Atticus didn't want his children to decide their actions and their feeling about others based on the color of their skin or their bank accounts. He wanted them to grow up compassionate, and he taught them values and morality.
To Kill a Mockingbird
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