"I respect Tom Robbinson the most. Even though he's in an awful situation, being accused of a crime he did not commit as a back man in the south in the 1930s, he stands his ground and testifies the truth. By telling the jury what really happened…"
"Jem emulates atticus and enforces Atticus’s preachings while serving as a role model for scout. Considering he is 10 years old, and most 10 year old boys can’t take care of themselves let alone their younger sister (whom most older…"
"Besides Atticus, I respect Boo Radley the most. In the beginning of the book, he is pictured as a monster,"Boo was about six feet tall, judging from his tracks; he dined on raw squirrels and any cats he could catch, that's why his hands…"
"The character I respect the most in To Kill a Mockingbird is Scout. Although she is only six at the beginning of the book she is already more loyal and steadfast in her beliefs than many of the adults. She always takes the side of her family…"
"The insane amount of courage and kindness Boo Radley has makes him one of the characters that I mostly respect. He is perceived as a monster who, at one point Scout Even sees him as a dangerous figure, "Every night sound I heard from my cot on…"
"Of all the characters in To Kill a Mockingbird, I respect Jem Finch the most. His translation from childhood innocence to adolescence is very admirable (ignoring the occasional meltdowns), despite the conflicts that ensued during the book’s…"
"I respect Boo Radley the most because of his kindness and selflessness. He had to have known what he was risking by saving Scout and Jem yet he did it anyway with seemingly no second thoughts. He could have died from getting stabbed, Atticus could…"
"The character in To Kill a Mockingbird that I respect the most is Tom Robinson. Not only was he Black in a town where being such was a crime, but he also was disabled. Yet, he continued to work hard to provide for his whole family. However, when…"
"The character that I respect the most in To Kill a Mockingbird is Scout. Throughout the entire book, she is only between the ages of six and nine, but she is very brave and smart for her age. She stands up for herself, as well as for the people…"
"The character I Respect the most in To Kill a Mockingbird would have to be Scout. Even though she lives in a town full of close minded people she is always willing to learn and grow even if she doesn't realize it. Scout understands throughout…"
"Personally, in To Kill a Mockingbird, I most respect Boo Radley for multiple reasons. Although he had committed some crimes when he was younger, which caused him to become a recluse, he definitely has a change in heart after society has rejected…"
" In To Kill a Mockingbird, I came to respect Boo Radley the most. Although he was a recluse and was barely seen throughout the book, I believe Boo became the true hero by the end of the novel. His persistent attitude in…"
"Although there are a lot of admirable characters in the book, the character I respect the most is Scout. Unlike other children her age, she is not afraid to stand up for what she believes in, which is a valuable trait that even some adults lack. She…"
"The character that I respect the most is the nurse Calpurnia. She is a strong and confident person. The 1920's were not great in terms of race relations. Black people were not usually placed on the same level as whites. That makes it all the…"
"I respect Calpurnia the most because she displays a mother figure to Scout and Jem, which is something she does on her own behalf since she is only a cook. Calpurnia teaches them life lessons that usually a mother would be teaching. When she is with…"
I was so impressed by how in sync these performers were. When Miss Berdick told me they put together this entire show in 6 weeks, I was stunned. Not many people realize how much work goes into a theatrical performance and I applaud the entire cast!
Today I had the opportunity to watch the Fermilab Physics Slam second period. Going into Writer's Week today, I was expecting a very fun, quick explanations of physics, maybe from some young science guys. I was taken aback by the two very established and professional looking Physicians that I heard from today. It was clear that they were physicians, not performance speakers, because of their often monotonous and scientific monologues. I enjoy the male physician's monologue a little better then the womens, beause he used some props that helped explain his point to me. Though it was kind of the Fermilab physicians to take their time to come and speak to us today, I feel as thought their speeches went over our heads a bit.
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