For example by calling Tom a negro it has a formal effect that they do not trust the black people at all. A court is only as sound as the men who make it up. Not only are the colored people criticized by the whites but also the Radleys who are themselves part of the white society. The word Negros is used to describe Tom who is a black person; this is a way of discriminating Tom from the whites who think that they are far better and more intelligent and that they do not lie unlike the blacks who are referred to as Negros. This is a sign that the black people are not liked at all. In the novel, Harper Lee expresses the merciless global racism.
However, it is viewed from the book some challenges regarding the book have been encountered for example; the use of the rape case was used as immoral. Sometimes he excuses him wrathfully. Racism is seen to be the nature of the people living in Maycomb. The Radleys live differently from the rest of the Maycomb people. This shows that Atticus is in support of Tom who has been wrongly accused of the rape case.
Evil presents itself in many forms, including prejudice, alcoholism, drug abuse, irresponsibility, and violence against others. But the long sweep of America has been defined by forward motion, a constant widening of our founding creed to embrace all, and not just some. Atticus Finch sets a standard of morality that no other character in the book comes close to correspondence. If you will be practicing on a mirror, you only see yourself, which makes you focus also to yourself. She was white and she tempted a Negro. Point 7 Do not practice in front of a mirror You see, the point 6 talks about being sensitive and conscious about what your audience feels. So he tells Judge Taylor that he can't serve on the jury because he doesn't have anybody to keep store for him while he's gone.
This shows that there are people who were involved in bringing Tom down from saying the truth. The defendant is not guilty. This is an example of ethos for the reason that in ethos, you struggle to show up yourself as plausible in order to influence the audience. He is the only lawyer that is able to put some doubt in the minds of the jury. Mayella is also guilty, not guilty of committing a crime, but of breaking the code of society.
The next thing to accomplish is to catch their attention. Despite the seemingly insurmountable odds, Atticus delivers a profoundly illuminating speech: 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. If you aren't allowed those, and you know you can't remember the speech word by word, just remember the gi … st of how your speech goes and just talk. Point 3 Don't let them scare you. Over this reaction, Boo's brothers see that and take a riffle in the aim of scaring them from looking over the window. It shows that social stigma has a greater effect on life, pursuit of happiness and level of economy. Those usually have keywords, etc on them.
Put this in mind: The reason you are speaking in front of them is because you have something for them to learn. On the other side, Bob also tries to break into the presiding judge homestead trying to threaten the judge over the matter. It quickly becomes apparent that despite the fact that Robinson is clearly innocent, the jury has no intention of acquitting a black man charged with raping a white women. In every trial there is always a time when an attorney gets a few steps ahead by using what the person on the stand says and really exploiting it. In the name of God, believe Tom Robinson. Make sure you don't go too off track, however.
To go against that would be blasphemous or unthinkable. Atticus, thus, comes up with logos as his last option to convince his audience that Tom is indeed innocent of the charges. These cases either are seen in the modern society where people believe in hereditary factors more than what they see in an individual. There is circumstantial evidence to indicate that Mayella Ewell was beaten savagely by someone who led almost exclusively with his left hand Mr. Atticus practices the ethic of sympathy and understanding that he preaches to Scout and Jem and never holds a grudge against the people of Maycomb. In this case therefore, Atticus uses pathos in a more convincing manner because the use of pathos requires that emotions are required in the attempt to convince the spectators.
In the second place, they're afraid. Judging by the number of times Shmoop's been called to jury duty… not much. If they see that you are confident, they will most likely think you're competitive enough to listen to. Shoot all the Bob Ewells you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a Tom Rob … inson. He knew that is was a long shot that they would win this because Tom Robinson is African American. The book also covers areas of immorality where Mayella is seen to seduce Tom and in the process the father caught her in the act. I need not remind you of their appearance and conduct on the stand.