Growing Up Related To To Kill a Mocking Bird

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Growing up isn’t an easy thing to do, and there are many challenges that comes with it. We cannot control this process of life, so we must learn to adpat to it. The novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” is about two kids, trying to grow up and facing many challenges. In the novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird” the main characters, Scout and Jem Finch are growing up and is forced to deal with boosim, racisim, and sexism. One of the challenges they first deal with was booism. Booism means scared of the unknown. Well that take place in the novel, when Scout and basically everyone else is afriad of the Radley’s house because of “Boo” or also known as “Aruther.” Scout was always afriad of walking pass by their house. “As the year oassed, released from school thrity minutes early before Jem, who had to stay until three o’clock, I ran by the Radley’s Place as fast as I could, not stopping until I reached the safety of our porch.”-(33). As she got older, she is still afriad of the Radley’s place. Though they never saw “Boo” the stories were what haunted her. Another example would be, the people in Maycomb was also scared of that house. “A baseball hit into the Radley’s yard it was a lost ball and no questions asked.”-(9). The quote explained how that no body wanted to go to the Radley’s place because people were scared of it. The funny thing though was that people assume “Boo” was a monster and scary, but no one really had proof. Booism may be the first challenge they face, but it was far from the end of the challenges they faced. One of the biggest challenges was racisim. Though Maycomb was a white commuinty, there were a few negeros. When Tom Robinson got accusedd of raping Mayella Ewell, the community all wanted to kill Tom. “In ones and twos, men got out of the cars. Shadows became substance as lights revealed solid shapes moving toward the jail door. Atticus remained where he

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