In their time of need Boo Radley was always there for his children, Scout and Jem.
Finally, the last mockingbird Scout has discovered in the story is Tom Robinson.
Atticus did not think Bob Ewell would go as low as hurting his very own kin but in the end, Mr.
Ewell went after the little Finches to get back at Atticus.
Atticus has a lot of innocence to him, he is a good man.
Although Bob Ewell spat in his face, he thought Bob was all talk.
Scout’s first lesson about being flexible with decision making is when she is taught that sometimes it’s necessary to bend the rules.
“Sometimes it’s better to bend the law a little in special cases,” (lines 25-26, pg 33.) One example of this is that Scout bends the rules Miss Caroline has given her.
Atticus knows that a person cannot be imaginative or understand simple metaphors likening people to mockingbirds, if his thinking is rigid.
Atticus teaches the children to allow for flexibility in decision making.