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Outcasts, they are part of every society, yet they cause no harm.Society
outcasts don't choose their status, instead society it self chooses it for them.An
outcast is usually the type of person who is different, and because of their oddity they
are rejected.Society seems to tend and discard them on grounds that they aren't
what society defines as normal.People casted out are considered a threat to the rest
of society, because they endanger the, "normalcy," that society continuously
struggles to obtain.Rejected from society, some of these outcasts will; isolate
themselves, despise and torment others, or try to be accepted in to society by doing
whatever necessary.They are often taunted, compared, put up with, restricted,
and/or penalized by society for being who they are.All they need to survive is their
families, shelter, friends, and sometimes the need for a feeling of acceptance.I feel,
on the other hand, while people try so hard to perfect there society, they don't realize
their own problems which leads to their downfall in the end.
In the novel To Kill A Mockingbird there were several model people rejected
from society in one way or another.Atticus Finch, one of the main characters in the
story, was more of an accepted outcastbecause he was respected, but was still
different from the rest of society.Through out the story Atticus was fairly respected
and even in some cases a vital part of society because of his knowledge, and skills.
He wasn't like the rest of society which left him out of the clique called society.He
kept his thoughts and opinions to himself, did no gossiping of others, minded his own
business, and treated everyone as an equal to him if not more.I think he was one of
the wisest characters in the story as he always took everything into its proper
perspective and stood up for what he believed in.He was m


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