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Review of To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee Harper Lee's "To Kill A Mockingbird" created a substantial effect on me as it made me aware of the requirement to offer understanding and tolerance to other people. "To Kill A Mockingbird" is set in Alabama, South America 1933-1935. 6-year-old Scout, a young woman living in the old weary town of Maycomb, narrates the book. Using a young woman empowers Harper Lee to learn more about the issue of racial prejudices in a funny manner. The book is about a set of events experienced by Scout because she evolves within the two-year interval concentrating mainly on the trial of Tom Robinson. From the end of this novel that the message of the novel that it is important to always demonstrate understanding and tolerance to others is conveyed to the reader and also understood by Scout. Throughout my article I intend to go over the extent to which I find Atticus a noble personality. Harper Lee always portrays Atticus Finch, Scout's father as an admirable personality. Among the manners in which Atticus' admirable character is conveyed is through his role as a single parent. It's apparent that Scout and Jem have nothing but respect, trust and love for their daddy. Atticus seems to be an extremely loving father as shown by the numerous cases of Scout "climbing onto her mothers knee" only for reassurance and security. Atticus always provides his children with security and stability which is one way in which Atticus demonstrates himself to be a noble personality. Similarily, Scout and Jems hope because of their dad is a way where Atticus' extent to which he's an admirable character is shown. As Scout is youthful, vulner...