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To Kill a Mockingbird: Song that relate to Characters
Transcript of To Kill a Mockingbird: Song that relate to Characters
Tom Robinson didn't necessarily try to fight for civil rights; that kind of thing was unheard of in that area and time. Instead, Tom Robinson seemed to live life with hardly any complaint (although he shouldn't have), waiting for change to come.
Throughout the novel, Boo Radley is surrounded by mystery. Jem and Scout are afraid of the man, up until nearly the end of the book when they finally got to know him. "People Are Strange" explains that people you don't know can often seem scary because of their looks or actions.
Atticus Finch defended African Americans - he was the 'blackbird singing in the dead of night' to Tom Robinson. He defended Tom when no one else wanted to, although he never really voiced his opinion about racism other than his last speech during the trials.
"The Fool on the Hill" can symbollize Scout's innocence. Nobody wants to listen to Scout, because she's just a child. However, she watches everything going on around her and often knows what's right and what's wrong better than adults.
To Kill a Mockingbird Connections