Sin to Kill a Mockingbird
It is a sin to hurt the ones that only help the helpless and only do good things for the world. In To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, a young girl named Scout Finch goes on many adventures with her older brother, Jem. They lived in Maycomb County in the mid 1930s. They deal with visits from their best friend, Dill, trouble with the town’s biggest trial and missions to get their neighbor, Boo Radley, out of his house for the first time in years. At the time, Atticus, their father, was the best lawyer in town and he had new case. He had to defend a black man that was accused of raping a white woman. His name was Tom Robinson and this trial became the talk of the town. This affected Scout and Jem greatly and created one of their longest journeys. The most important theme in To Kill a Mockingbird is the sin to kill a mockingbird. The mockingbirds in this novel are Atticus, Tom Robinson and Boo Radley. They affected them gravely and were important characters in the novel. Atticus is portrayed as a mockingbird throughout the book. Atticus Finch was one of the best lawyers in town and he was good father to Jem and Scout. He teaches them to appreciate everything they have and to never judge or treat someone differently because of who they are. He also taught his children to not judge someone until they walk around that person’s skin. This character is just like a bird in real life where they only . Atticus is a peaceful man and kind. He's always there to help the helpless and innocent. In the middle of To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus was introduced to his new case with Tom Robinson . The people of Maycomb are expecting Atticus to not even try but he is not backing down. He knows that Tom is innocent but that doesn't change anything and Tom will still be guilty because of the color of his skin. Atticus was determined to defend Tom the best he could. He was an honest man and would always do the right thing. It would be a sin to have anything...
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