Kill mockingbird essays

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Atticus is also seen as a mockingbird during Tom Robinson’s trial. During the trial it is proven clear that not many people like the fact that Atticus is defending Tom. Atticus was called names, assaulted and confronted without a valid reason. The only reason he was confronted was because he was doing his job. He had not done anything wrong to anyone only good to Tom by trying to help him. This is why Atticus is seen as a mockingbird through out the book. For example, Scout states in the book, “Atticus was leaving the post office when Mr. Ewell approached him, cursed him, spat on him, and threatened to kill Ђќ(Lee ). This makes Atticus a mockingbird because he is innocent and did nothing to harm Mr. Ewell but Mr. Ewell went on and cursed him, spat

Kill mockingbird essays

kill mockingbird essays


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