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Contrasts & Contradictions in To Kill a Mockingbird
Transcript of Contrasts & Contradictions in To Kill a Mockingbird
Atticus shoots Tim Johnson
Red Geraniums in front of the Ewell house
Atticus uses not so nice language
Scout is told by Miss Caroline that she cannot read anymore
Aunt Alexandra is kind to Atticus
This is a Contrast & Contradiction because usually teachers encourage students to read, but Miss Caroline tells Scout she needs to stop. Scout is actually making Miss Caroline's job easier by knowing how to read, but she is demanded to stop reading with her father.
This is a Contrast & Contradiction because no one expected something like this out of Atticus. Atticus was an old lawyer, but he shocked everyone when he proved that he had the best shot in town
This is a Contrast & Contradiction because the Ewell's were, for lack of a better word, a hot mess. They were plain old white trash, and no one thought them of all people would have pretty red flowers in their yard.
This is a Contrast & Contradiction because no one thought that Aunt Alexandra had a nice bone in her body, but evidentally she had at least one. Atticus was depressed about losing the trail and she supported Atticus and made him feel better like a good sister should.
This is a Contrast & Contradiction because Atticus is a good guy and no one expected something like that to come out of his mouth.