A Sin To Kill A Mockingbird Analysis

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In this essay there will be explaining about the importance of the mockingbird and who are the mockingbirds and why they are considered mockingbirds. This paragraph is going to be about the importance of the “ mockingbird “ in this book, and also the reasoning to why it’s a “sin to kill a mockingbird”. The importance of the “mockingbird” in this book is to show that some things people are accused may not always be true. Look at this quote that Miss Maudie said to Scout “Your father’s right, mockingbirds don’t do one thing but make music for us to enjoy. They don’t eat up people’s gardens, don’t nest in corncribs, they don’t do one thing but sing their hearts out for us. Thats why its a sin to kill a mockingbird.” That is the reason…show more content…
In the book Tom was accused of raping Mayella Violet Ewell, Bob Ewell's daughter, but later on died after Atticus passed on the court case. This quote from the court case represents why Tom is seen as a mockingbird, "Well, she was beaten around the head. There were already bruises comin' on her arms and it happened about thirty minutes…show more content…
In the book Arthur was known as the creepy person, look at this quote “ Boo was sitting in the livingroom cutting some items from The Maycomb Tribune to paste in his scrapbook. His father entered the room. As Mr. Radley passed by, Boo droved the scissors into his father's leg, pulled them out, wiped them on his pants, and resumed his activities.” This is why the people of Maycomb County was terrified of him. But later on in the book when he put the blanket on Scout while Miss Maudie’s house was being burned down, once they found out it was him that did it, they started changing perspective of him. But the thing that showed us he was really portrayed wrong in the beginning was when he saved Scout and Jem's life when some strange guy tried to kill them, but then Arthur saved them and possibly killed the strange

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