Maria Ramos, Period 6
He is the Mentor because he is an older wiser teacher, serving as a role model. He is one of the few residents of Maycomb who is not racist and believes in equality, which serves as an example for his children. He teaches scout how to see in other people’s perspective instead of only her own.
She is the Hero of this novel. As the narrator and the protagonist she eventually develops a more mature point of view and learns how to see in other people’s perspective. She also learns to appreciate the goodness in people.
He is the Loyal Retainers because as Scout’s older brother he is there by her side, but soon enters adolescence and has to deal with much injustice throughout the novel.
In the novel, he is the Outcast because he is a good person, but in the eyes of mankind he is evil. He is a good person leaving presents for the children and saving their lives in a time of need, while being though of as a monster.
He is The Shadow because Atticus must struggle against him in a trial where he accused Tom Robinson for raping his daughter, while knowing this was a false statement. He represents ignorance, racism, poverty, and injustice.
He is the Friendly Beast because he is Scout’s companion throughout the novel. He represents innocence of a child and the protagonist’s best friend.
She has the Mentor- Pupil Relationship with the children. As the Finches’ neighbor, she acts as a friend and also has a passion for justice.
He is the Scapegoat in the novel because he is accused of something he didn’t do and is a symbol of the “mockingbird” for being innocent.
She is the Platonic Ideal because she lets the children in on her black community, giving them much knowledge and inspiration.
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