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    em‚ but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” (Lee‚ 119). What I like about this quote is‚ it symbolizes Jem‚ Scout and Boo Radley. At first‚ I was curious why it is a sin to kill a mockingbird‚ but reading some of the lines‚ I understand that mockingbirds makes music that enjoys the people in Maycomb‚ and also they don’t do irritating thing such as usual birds would do‚ such not nesting in “corncribs”‚ and not eating up people’s gardens. Mockingbirds are a type of bird that are very innocence

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    Mockingbirds: The mockingbird is a symbol that is used to show the idea of innocence. A mockingbird brings nothing but good with its’ beautiful songs‚ so if you kill a mockingbird it is a sin because it is so innocent. Boo Radley is often connected to the mockingbird because he is innocent in his situation and it is wrong for people to assume bad things about him when they do not really know him‚ and he is slowly destroyed by the people of Maycomb throughout the book. The Mad Dog: Tim Johnson

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    To Kill a Mockingbird

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    Mockingbirds don’t do one thing but make music for us to enjoy that’s why it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” This quote is from Miss Maudie explaining to the children within To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper E. Lee what Atticus their father has said. In this story‚ it is explain from a point of view of a child named Scout. She experiences many difficulties after the Great Depressing. Furthermore‚ her father is called to defend a colored person in a crime he didn’t committed in a town filled with racism

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    There are many different "mockingbird" characters in Harper Lee’s classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Early on in the novel‚ Atticus tells his children to "shoot all the blue jays that you want‚ but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird" (Lee 103). He says this because mockingbirds are known to be harmless creatures that do nothing but sing joyously. Lee cleverly uses this mockingbird imagery to title her classic novel and to describe characters that are kind‚ innocent people and have done nothing

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    Northern Ireland

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    Northern Ireland The problems between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland started a long time ago and more political than religious. For centuries the English had tried to gain control of Ireland. Until the sixteenth centrury‚England controlled only a small area of Ireland around Dublin. English rulers‚ including King Henry VIII‚ Queen Elizabeth I and Oliver Cromwell gradually conquered the whole of Ireland. Ireland became a British colony in 1607. The last area to resis the English

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    A Northern Light

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    Name Here Teacher Here Course date A Northern Light A Northern Light is set in 1906 in upstate New York in the area called the North Woods. The Book tells about a young 16 year old girl name Mattie Gokey who is caught up in a murder as well as choosing between her family and her dreams. The author‚ Jennifer Donnelly‚ showed just how hard life was at the time and how there was little room for individual wants. Donnelly gives the reader a sense of what life was like at the time. The reader

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    Northern Ireland

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    Courtney Beitel Prof. Bonillas English 1020 March 4‚ 2013 Research Assignment 1. I would like to re-travel to Northern Ireland. 2. Research Question: How has life changed over time in Northern Ireland? This is important to me because I had recently traveled to the Northern part of Ireland on a 2 week tour in the summer of 2012. While I was there‚ I saw where my grandmother grew up; from looking at old family photos before‚ where she grew up the city looks more worn down and not

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    Symbol of the Mockingbird

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    Symbol of the Mockingbird Society says all men are created equal‚ but it that really true? It is said throughout the book that it is a sin to kill mockingbirds because they do no harm to anyone. The characters throughout the book find out what the meaning of being a mockingbird is when innocent people get blamed for things they did not do. The symbol of a mockingbird is easily compared to Atticus Finch‚ Tom Robinson‚ and Boo Radley because they portray the attributes of the mockingbird. It was Atticus

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    To Kill a Mockingbird

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    Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird‚ Lee uses the mockingbird as a symbol to add significance and prominence to the story and characters. In this classic novel‚ there are characters that can be referred to as a mockingbird. By examining the actions of these characters‚ readers can recognize the importance of the mockingbird symbol and understand why Arthur “Boo” Radley and Tom Robinson are both great examples of mockingbirds in To Kill a Mockingbird. Harper Lee’s use of the mockingbird symbol is a unique

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    To kill A Mockingbird

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    To Kill a Mockingbird Symbolism is the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities‚ and is used often in the book to help readers understand central themes throughout the novel. To Kill a Mockingbird has several symbols including Tim Johnson‚ the mad dog‚ who represents racism in Maycomb‚ Alabama‚ the mockingbird which represents innocence‚ and Jem‚ Tom Robinson and Boo Radley‚ who are essentially the mockingbirds of the story. The mad dog in To Kill a Mockingbird symbolizes racism in Maycomb

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