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  • Atticus honōrēs nōn petiit, cum eī patērent, _Atticus did not seek honors, though they were open to him_.

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  • Atticus is appointed by the court to defend a black man named Tom Robinson who has been accused of raping Mayella Ewell a young white woman. » To Kill a Mockingbird sydney melbourne audiobooksTo – Harper Lee

  • And most importantly of all, two appearances for this Blog in Atticus in the Sunday Times today.

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  • Giving your son the name Atticus Finch follows the tradition of parents who give their children inspirational names.

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  • To Kill a Mockingbird as a child, Frankie promised her mother than she would give her future son the name Atticus and convince his father to give him Finch as a last name.

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  • Poverty Law Center says Atticus Finch is the reason he became a lawyer, and the name Atticus has soared up the rankings for popular baby names in the past few years, no doubt because of the straitlaced attorney's status among law graduates.

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  • Father to Scout Finch, Harper Lee’s young heroine, Atticus is a lawmaker and attorney and presents unwavering morality and goodness alongside strength and honor.

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  • I used to be a chef over a restaurant call Atticus, and at one point a couple of my sous chefs looked at me and were like, Dude, we're going home every day covered in flour.

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  • “Servius!” called Atticus, who could not bear any kind of unpleasantness.


  • My initial reaction to seeing the name Atticus Finch on Uncommon Descent was that it was a different version of Galapagos Finch (an obvious sock puppet).



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