kill a mocking bird
Argument analysis essay; “to kill a mocking bird”
Boo radley is fictional characters in harper lees “to kill a mocking bird” boo lives in Maycomb tense. He is a hermit that never leaves his house; people think he is a monster chained up in his room. But oddly he takes interest in his young neibors, scout and jem fitch. Boo leaves scout misc. treasure in a tree in front of his house. Scout soon finds many of these treasures and soon shows her older brother jem fitch. He also help scout and jem when they are in serious danger. Boo radley is a mocking bird because of his small acts of kindness, such as protecting, giving and finally not harming them when the trespass in his yard, these small acts for the fitch kids make boo a prefect mocking bird.
Boo radley is a mocking bird because of his kindness and protection of the fitch kids. Scout Sais “well it’d be sort of like shootin a mockingbird wouldn’t it? (Lee 276) at this point she says this because Atticus fitch (the kid’s father) is considering to turn boo in. but scout finally realizes boo is a prefect example of a mocking bird. Scout learns boo saved them from the man who tried to kill them bob eywell. She also comes to find out boo has never meant to hurt her he was just watching over her and her brother.
Some may say tom is better mocking birds then boo. "'Were you paid for your services? No suh.” this could make tom a mocking bird because he is showing how kind hearted he is. but he is not a mocking bird due to he never really did anything spectacular great, instead of the opposing mocking bird boo radley.
In conclusion boo radley makes a better mocking bird then tom Robison due to his kindness bravery and passion for the fitch kids. Boo shows the readers he Is the definition of a mocking bird many times throughout lees story, by giving the kids gifts, protection and finally watching over them.