To Kill A Mockingbird Character Analysis

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Paragraph One TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD----------------- (Title of your book) Written by HARPER LEE (author’s name) was first published in 1960 (year). This story occurs during/in MAYCOMB, ALABAMA, during the great depression. (When? What time period). The story is told (circle one) first-person participant (author pretends he’s main character telling own story-uses “I)/ first person observer (author’s character is only in story occasionally—uses “I”)/ third person omniscient (author tells story, no reference to self—I” not used) as told by JEAN LOUIS SCOUT FINCH (list the main character’s name). Paragraph 2 There are six main characters. They are Jean, she is a tomboy who would rather solve problems with her fist than with her head; Jem, scout’s brother; Atticus, a widower, single parent of two children, Jem and Scout; Tom Robinson, an African-American accused of raping a white woman; Arthur Radley, the mysterious neighbor who piques the children’s interest; and Dill, A friend of the Finch children who is short for his age. Paragraph 3 The story begins with Jean Louis Scout Finch who lives with her brother Jem and father, Atticus and they live in Maycomb, Alabama, during the 1930s, the time of the “Great Depression”.…show more content…
I was also made aware of the world when Atticus told his children that everyone has a story and “you never understands a person until you consider things from the person’s point of view”. The characters in the story seemed believable. I could relate to them because my uncle and I were pulled over by white cops during my short stay in the United States simply because we were people of color. I especially liked Atticus because He portrays decency and goodness while protecting his innocent children. The story has a good theme” to Kill a Mockingbird” because Jem, Tom Robinson Dill, Boo Radley, Mr. Raymond) can be identified as mockingbirds-innocents who have been injured or destroyed through contact with

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