Finch Essay Topics

To Kill a Mockingbird Archetypes

One major archetype in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird is the quest that the kids try to achieve; to have Boo Radley make an appearance for them. At some points, they even take it upon themselves to find him, deciding one of the ending summer nights to find him “Because nobody could see them… View Article

Atticus Finch as a Moral Character

Throughout literature, there are numerous examples of characters who serve to reinforce moral values of both other characters, and the reader. These characters consistently choose to do the “right” thing in the face of severe adversity. For example, in the Parable of the Good Samaritan, the Samaritan man goes against all societal values to help… View Article

The counselor is the person who offers services

The counselor is the person who offers services of counseling and is a professional who has undergone training to acquire the skills and competency to do the job. While listening is a key quality, its power is enhanced when it is used in the service of understanding your clients from their point of view. In… View Article

Atticus Finch Monologue Analysis

Atticus Finch Monologue, analysis Gentlemen, I shall be brief, but I would like to use my remaining time with you to remind you that the case of Mayella Ewell vs. Tom Robinson is not a difficult one. To begin with, this case should have never come to trial. The state of Alabama has not produced… View Article

Atticus Finch

Atticus Finch Abraham Lincoln once said, “You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.” Atticus Finch, in many ways, lives this quote everyday by understanding what has to be done today in order to avoid future consequences of today’s mistakes. Atticus is a kind-hearted, slow-tempered, wise man, who always knows the right… View Article