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To Kill A Mockingbird
Transcript of To Kill A Mockingbird
killing mockingbirds and how
it's a sin. "Mockingbirds don't do one thing except make music for us to enjoy." (119) Scout tells Atticus
that Heck Tate's
decision is like
killing a Mockingibird. My Interpretation This Symbolizes the racism in the south.
The black people only help the people but
they still harm and persucute them. Tone Incidents Scout talks to
at the jail. She
what is happening. Scout talks about
what is meant and
sounds childish. Naive "'Hey, Mr. Cunningham.' The man did not
hear me it seemed. ' Hey, Mr. Cunningham.
How's your entailment gettin' along?'"
(204) My Interpretation The narrator, Scout,
is extremely naive.
She does not know
how the world works
yet and that nothing
can be taken at face
value. Genre By Liam Tiernan Incident 1 Atticus talks about Scout
knowing what went on even
though she is young. "'Scout is eight years old,' he said.
'She was to scared to know exactly what went on.'
'You'd be suprised,' said Atticus." (367) Incident 2 When Scout takes Dill out
of the courtroom,he is very
upset about the way Mr.Gilmer
talked to Tom Robinson. Coming Of Age My Interpretation All three children
learn a lot about how
the world works and that not
everything is fair. This happens
because of the trial, Bob Ewell's
assualt and many other events.