Tactics Pinch as a Role Model Does your role model have a negative or positive impact on your life? Major of people has a role model they look up to and make every effort to be alike. Each person has a different perspective on a leader but in the book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Tactics displays himself as a hero being able to resolve situations vita fairness for everyone and prevent the town from falling apart. Tactics’ actions impact his children, his peers involved With the court case and the people of Macomb.
Firstly, Tactics Finch is a single parent that treats his kids, Gem and Scout as adults and tries to enlighten them on the outside world of Macomb. There are many events that Tactics is involved in which displays him as a good role model. For instance, when Tactics gives Gem and Scout guns he tells them, “shoot all the bluebags you want, if you can hither but remember its a sin to kill a mockingbird” (Lee 90). Tactics is a great role model as he teaches Gem and Scout that it is a sin to harm someone or something that is innocent,
Tactics uses the example of a mockingbird because these birds only sing, therefore these birds should not be harmed. Tactics is an excellent father and a good role model to Gem and Scout as he teaches them good morals throughout the novel. Many people in Macomb are prejudice and Tactics teaches Scout to think otherwise, as Tactics tells her “You never really understand a person until you consider things from their point of viewћ. Until you climb in to their skin and walk around in it. ” This shows Tactics is an open-minded gentleman that takes ones past history into consideration.
These lessons develop Gem and Scout with knowledge to handle situations maturely that they encounter later in the novel. These are various explanations why Tactics is an effective role model to his children Secondly, Tactics Finch shows his protagonist values in his place of work and towards people involved Within the case at the courthouse. NO matter where Tactics is or the situation he is within, he keeps a positive attitude, while going through the trials and tribulations in the workplace.
For instance when Tactics nuns into Bob Lowell at the post office, the father of Male the victim of the case, Mr.. Lowell is still suffering over the whole case, reacts by spitting in Attic’s face and threatens to kill him. Tactics responds by saying “l wish Bob Lowell didn’t chew tobacco” (CHI. 22). Tactics realizes that it is not worth it to fight Mr.. Lowell and so he understands Mr.. Lowell frustration and takes it without causing anymore anguish for Mr.. Lowell. Also Tactics is a strong man, that despite losing the case in court he keeps his head high, While Tactics waits on his children after the case;
Scout notices her tatters demeanor and expresses to us, stating ‘Tactics was standing under the street light as though nothing happened his vest buttoned, his collar and tie were neatly in place… He was his impassive sell again’ (CHI. 22). Tactics stays strong for the town that came to support him and since he tries his best he is not ashamed; although this is unacceptable to send Tom to jail without presenting evidence to show that Tom Robinson is guilty. It is not possible to win everything! As long as the effort put into the task was your best!
Tactics Pinch expresses his role model principles to the people involved in the case. Thirdly, Tactics is a perfect role model to the people of Macomb, The Finch family is well known in the neighborhood due to Tactics’ being kind and having relationships with several people in the town. For instance Tactics allows Gem and Scout to let Walter Cunningham attend dinner with his Tamil since he comes from a poor family, and Tactics did business with Walter’s dad whom still did not pay Tactics. Walter says “Tactics don’t know when I’ll ever be able to ay you” (CHI. ). Tactics is a reasonable man that decides Walter’s dad will not pay him regardless will provide the Finch’s food from the Cunningham farm. Tactics demonstrates that we do not have to be treated differently because of our race. Another reason is Tactics is willing to risk his life to help his neighbor. As Miss Muddies house is burning and Tactics decides to go into the house to save Miss Maude rocking chair which she loves so much (CHI. 8). This kind jester Tactics could have died from attempting to save Miss Muddies rocking chair.
Not just anyone would go sacrifice themselves in a burning building just to save a chair but because Of this Tactics demonstrates to the townspeople he cares about them and is an excellent role model for the people of Macomb. Is Tactics a negative or positive role model in the novel? People have to do extraordinary things to be represented as a role model but In to Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Tactics confirms that he is a successful role remodel by him teaching his children good moral values, working with peers involved in the court case, and impacting the lives of the townspeople.