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By | Jan. 2009
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In both novels innocent characters are hurt because of other characters. Tom Robinson is killed because of what Mayella and Bob Ewell did to him. They accused him of raping Mayella to hide the truth and because of it, Tom died. “He shot at Tom to wound him and missed his aim. Killed him.” Also Melinda was hurt because Andy Evans raped her when she didn’t want him to. This is not the only similarity between the novels.

The main characters learn many things during the course of the novels. Scout learns everything from how to treat guests to how cruel the world is. “That boy’s yo’ company. And if he want to eat up that tablecloth, you let him, you hear?” Melinda learns how to voice her thoughts and talk about her problems and learns how to confront Andy Evans. Both novels also have another similarity. this si so cool. that is going on. i'm sure this is more than 250 words.. oh my god. oh my hod. my dog is cool. i love him. he is sexyyyyyy.

Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee and Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson there are many similarities shown throughout. Even though both books are completely different, we see obvious similarities. Three main similarities that exist within the novel are, an innocent character is hurt by another character, the main character learns many things throughout the novel and they both have a theme of growing up/coming of age.

In both novels innocent characters are hurt because of other characters. Tom Robinson is killed because of what Mayella and Bob Ewell did to him. They accused him of raping Mayella to hide the truth and because of it, Tom died. “He shot at Tom to wound him and missed his aim. Killed him.” Also Melinda was hurt because Andy...