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Throughout the story To Kill a Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee, Atticus Finch portrays many characteristics, but there was one that stood out in particular; Courage. Many folks would agree that's his principal attribute due to the way he acted and reacted in certain conditions, such as; when he shot the rabid dog, his decision to defend Tom Robinson and finally, when he had been approached by a mob of men in front of the jail. Just a guy as brave and fearless as Atticus would have been able to shoot the dog under the circumstances he had to face. He had a bullet left in the gun, if he were to miss his shot; it might have enraged the dog, which could have made things a lot worse. Along with this, if the puppy was to charge at him afterwards, he'd have just had his hands and feet to defend himself. What's more, if he had not killed the puppy, it may have murdered him one of his neighbors. Normally animals with rabies are extremely aggressive. Therefore he might have bounced or jawed on an individual wasn't stopped. Adding to this strain, Scout recounted that he had dropped and cr...