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Comparing "To Kill A Mockingbird" to "The Help"

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Comparing "To Kill A Mockingbird" to "The Help"
By: Kristine Rebugio
& Talisa Gallegos
December 09, 2013
To Kill A Mockingbird & The Help
Comparison of Characters
Aibileen & her community to the "colored" people of Maycomb County & Calpurnia:
-No voice (couldn't speak up for themselves.)
-Judged by the color of their skin.
-Automatically guilty.
-Lived in a seperate community.
-Seperated from white people.

Comparison of Themes & Quotes:
Comparison of Morals:
"Equality is the number one rule for living peacefully"
Comparison of Plots:
Comparison of Setting:
(How they live)
of Characters
-Regina Skeeter to Scout Finch:
-Open minded
-Had nothing against anyone of -Different race
-Understood that there was 2 -sides to every story
-Very intelligent for being so young.
-Colored people separated living areas.
-White people had decent living areas.
Skeeter & Scout/Jem both had calming areas to go to. (tree.)
"Never judge a book by its cover."
"Am i gonna believe all the bad things people say today?" - Constantine
" Looking after babies is what I do" - Aibeleen
Both end up with good intentions
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