Atticus Kill A Mad Dog In Tkam By Harper Lee

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In Tkam (to kill a mockingbird) the author Harper Lee killed a mad dog. The mad dog can ve symbolized as many different things. Killing the dog can be used as killing racism, ignorance, discrimination, and many more. When Atticus killed the dog in the story i expected as him trying to kill many problems he faced throughout his life. When Atticus killed the mad crazy dog he also showed his kids that he wasn 't afraid of anything and that he could accomplish anything he set his mind to. In the story there was a trail going on about an black male and a white female. Tom Robinson the black male was accused of raping a white female named Mayelle Ewell. Atticus doughty defending Tom made many points during the trail,but because he was a black male
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