I'm not sure if this is THE answer.
But clothes represent the restrictions society puts on people. People dress a certain way based on their station, on the occassion, etc.
So when Atticus loosens his clothing, he is loosening the binds of society and culture on himself.
The reason Atticus loosens his clothes is very simple, the jury is made up of farmers (they probley dont own suits) so to connect with them on a personal level and not seem condisending Atticus loosens and takes off his suit.
In chapter 19.
I think it's Chapter 9
In chapter 10 Atticus and Miss Maudie Atkinson mention that "It's a sin to kill a mockingbird" and that plays into the title of the book.
In chapter 10 Atticus and Miss Maudie mention that "It is a sin to kill a mockingbird." It plays into the title of the book, and also the theme of the book.
Jack is Atticus Finch's brother, (chapter 9)
he says it is "a sin to kill a mockingbird" on page 99 in chapter 10 :)
Chapter 10, page 96.
Atticus was reading a book which named "The Gray Ghost" to Scout and unconcious Jem in the last chapter
Atticus shoots a rabid dog, and is very accurate.
Page 90, Chapter 10, 2nd page.
hes a sharp shooter
Boo radley rapes Atticus
Read chapter 9 and you will know.
Because that is the theme
At the beginning of chapter 10 Scout and Jem are unsatisfied with Atticus because they think he can no longer do things that other fathers are able to do. The characters of Scout, Jem, and Atticus are from the book To Kill a Mockingbird.
Atticus shoots the wild dog roaming around the neighborhood with Heck Tate's rifle.
Scout says that "Atticus was feeble". Do you think that this is her view as she tells the story or her view when she was younger? Does she still think this after the events recorded in this chapter?
Attics is about to defend an African amercan in trial....
He asks her not to fight no matter what horrible things she hears about him