In the book, To Kill a Mockingbird Loneliness is a powerful thing because it is a very important detail. Being lonely is one of the Acts or themes of To Kill a Mockingbird it’s big in this book. Everyone in the book experiences loneliness in the story of TKAM. It’s a sad fact that the town doesn’t really corporate with the rest of the state. Loneliness is issued throughout the book, Boo Radley in the story of To Kill a Mockingbird. Boo Radley is so lonely that he looks out the window and watches Jem and Scout play all day. Boo Radley was always alone after he killed his father with a pair of scissors. Boo Radley doesn’t really know why he kills but he saves lives to by killing bad people like Mr. Ewell. Maycomb was never the same after that; they were a lonely town compared to the rest of the State. They keep their secrets to their self and all the things that go on in the small town of Maycomb. Maycomb is a racist sort of town everyone is so uptight and to themselves. Atticus Finch is a very lonely man since his wife died. He is not looking forward to moving on anytime soon since the incident. All he has is Jem and Scout to look forward to and maybe working as a lawyer. Now that Bob Ewell is out the picture Mayella is very lonely. She has no one to talk to because no one likes her now cause she lied on Tom Robinson. Mayella deserves it though because she lied on an innocent man. He got his life taken away because she couldn’t own up to her actions. Now Tom’s Wife is going to be lonely, as well as his kids too, just because of Mayella and Bob Ewell. Everyone in To Kill Mockingbird was lonely it might be a symbol of loneliness spread throughout the book. What I have just explained to you is how loneliness is described in the book. The character it occurs to in the book is about everyone. To kill a mocking bird is a book that has about all the good characteristics of bravery, quietness, and...
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