Adolf Hitler’s dad was already dead, leaving his mom and him to fend for themselves, but in 1907 Hitler’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer after going to see a doctor on January 14, 1907 (Historyplace).
Hitler had to put money in a bank for his mom’s medical payment, but he eventually pulled it out to pay his way to take a test in order to get into art school.
But in reality, good and evil more often than not coexist in the same thing.
Children, though, many times cannot see this, and take something as fully right and good or fully wrong and evil.
Throughout the book, Atticus is always trying to try and teach Scout and Jim how to look at other people’s points of views, and to try and understand them the way he himself does.
In the book, there are many events in which Atticus understands something about someone that Scout and Jim cannot.The things he did were horrible, evil really, but the question is WHY?Why did Hitler become that person, a person feared?For example, Scout and Jim cannot understand how Mayella Ewell can lie to a jury and get an innocent man killed, while Atticus can understand that this is because she doesn’t want to face the social backlash and shame from trying to kiss a black man.In the end of the book however, Scout finally realized how Atticus has been seeing things when she looks at her and Jim’s adventures from Boo Radley’s perspective.Throughout the story as Scout grows up, she encounters many people and events that make her question her knowledge of what is Another example is Scout’s father, Atticus.Atticus, unlike Scout or Jim, can see the good and evil in people, and therefore is the book’s main moral guiding character.What do you want to be remembered as: the good or the bad person? Choose to be good over being bad because the rewards to your family, your friend, and yourself will always outweigh the bad. A person’s nature or essence is a trait that is inherent and lasting in an individual.To be a bad person rebels against something or someone thinking only of them and not caring about the consequences of their actions.