In society people judge by seeing what 's on the outside and don 't know what 's happening on the inside of a person or the whole truth to something. In other words, they judge a book by it’s cover. In “To Kill A Mockingbird”, Harper Lee shows us why not to judge a book by it’s cover. Jem and Scout think Mrs.Dubose is plain mean when really she 's a morphine addict, Aunt Alexandra doesn 't see any usefulness in Calpurnia but in reality Atticus couldn 't of raised the kids the way he did without her, and everyone thinks Boo Radleys a killer when actually he just wants friends and he 's the one who saves the children. In our world today people assume that someone that looks okay on the outside is doing fine when they could be suffering in silence from bullying, and people who don’t see global warming may not consider the issues even though it is a real problem.
The bluejays were referring to people that harm others without any reason, basically the bullies in Maycomb. The mockingbirds refer to the people who did not do anything bad so why get them into problems without them doing anything bad. This can be better said with Jem and Scout discussing, “Why couldn’t I mash him?’ I asked. ‘Because they don’t bother you,’ Jem answered in the darkness” (273).
It is wrong to kill an innocent thing. The most obvious symbol is Boo Radley; he was accused of being an “evil being” throughout the book, but at the end we learned that he was an innocent, friendly and respectful person. At the very end of the book, Atticus asked Scout if she understood why Mr. Heck Tate said what he said. Scout replies with, “Well it’d be sort of like shootin’ a mockingbird wouldn’t it?” this meaning that if Heck Tate accused Boo Radley for murdering Bob Ewell, then an entire investigation on Boo would happen leading to Boo Radley being sent to prison.
A reason why george should be justified is because he says if “i was alone i could live so easy” which you never say to a guy like lennie. George should be punished for killing lennie because if george never killed lennie they could of had their dream come true. and he should also be punished because he was rude to lennie. “Funny said
Some say To Kill a Mockingbird should not be taught; however, to kill a mockingbird should be taught because it shows you that not to make the same mistakes as others. To Kill a Mockingbird is important to study because it teaches you that is wrong to treat someone different because of their skin or how they act Finally, To Kill a Mockingbird is a good story to learn because it teaches you not to hate others also tkam is an interesting story, it has its ups and downs just like life after reading this essay what do you think is To Kill a Mockingbird a good story to
“To Kill a MockingBird” means to kill a innocent person who has done nothing wrong to other people, killing something that is innocent, hurting the harmless, and killing something that only brings positivity. To Kill a Mockingbird is set in the south during the 1930’s where people are prejudiced against blacks for their color. In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, Tom Robinson and Atticus represent metamorphic mockingbirds through how society views them and how they act. It is what Atticus says to Scout that makes him a metaphoric mockingbird.
In To Kill A Mockingbird, the novel shows prejudice. Prejudice is when you judge someone because of their race, how they look, or where they come from. In our world, when you see a gangster, you think he already killed someone or he is a bad guy but he is not. The novel is shown in a kid 's point of view because kids need to know not to judge people just by looking at them. Being prejudice is a really disrespectful.
In the passage, Lee argues that racism and prejudice are often due to ignorance, and that the only way to get rid of racism is to develop acceptance and understanding. After Tom Robinson is killed, Mr. Underwood compares his death to the killing of “songbirds by hunters and children.” The word “songbirds” is an obvious reference to Atticus’s lessons about mockingbirds, in which he states killing them is a sin. Killing a songbird, according to him, is a sin because such birds are innocent and do nothing but sing. Lee’s diction to shows the reader that Tom was an innocent man, killed by Maycomb’s racism and hatred.
The title means that the innocence in Maycomb is being corrupted by being prejudiced towards Mr. Robinson. “He’s nothin’ but a nigger-lover!” Francis says this and Scout gets angry with him, even though Scout doesn’t know what a “nigger-lover” is. Scout was symbolizing the mockingbird in this scene in the
The title “To Kill a Mockingbird” written by Harper Lee, regard to how it is a sin to kill a mockingbird, because all they do is sing. Atticus told the kids they can shoot as much blue jays as they desire, but not to shoot any mockingbirds for that reasons, because mockingbird do not harm nor do they bother anyone. In this novel, there are three main mockingbird, Tom Robinson, Jem, and Boo “Arthur” Radley. Tom Robinson was just an innocent black male accused of raping a white woman named Mayella Violet Ewell, Mr.Ewell oldest kid. Although all evidences point to Tom being not guilty, he was still convicted guilty because back in the days of 1930s in Maycomb, Alabama, everyone would pick a white person words over a black person word any day
The book that I chose is To Kill A Mockingbird. The symbol of this book is a mockingbird. That symbol symbolize innocence mockingbirds only do good in the society because in the book it’s a sin to kill the mockingbird. The symbol is used in the book as a metaphor because it compares two of the main characters to the mockingbird because the two characters are harmless towards others but they took away the life of one of the most innocent people and it compares because they said taking away his life is like taking away the life of a mockingbird.
In the novel ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, Atticus Finch is Jem and Scout’s father. He is stern but fair with his children. He is a great father to the children and we can tell this from the life lessons he teaches them. These life lessons include the teachings of compromise to teach his children how to empathize with others around them. Atticus is the least affected by the deep seated racist prejudice throughout the novel, he speaks and acts for what he believes in.
With pathos, an emotional argument, Atticus’ speech becomes powerful enough to have the audience feel a sense of guilt of Mayella and pity for Tom Robinson. Atticus’ beginning part of his speech tells the courthouse audience to understand the true purpose of this case, which eventually leads up to the morals of Tom and the courthouse. “The defendant is not guilty, but somebody in this courtroom is.” (271) Atticus is pointing out that Tom Robinson is not guilty, but someone else is. This hits the emotions of the audience because it is insinuating that Bob Ewell could be the one who abused Mayella.
In To Kill A Mockingbird novel, Scout learns what does courage mean. When Atticus signs to speak for Tom Robinson, both Scout and Jem acted peacefully with racial invectives and offensive slurs by the townspeople. As mentioned before, Atticus teaches Scout that doing the right thing does not always mean going along with everyone else. Furthermore, Atticus tries to teach Scout how important it is to look at things from the other person's perspective . As the novel starts to end , Scout is able put herself in Boo Radley's shoes, the person she is scared of the most throughout the novel.
In “To Kill a Mockingbird,” Written by Harper Lee, Atticus believes Maycomb is unjust because he is someone who strongly believes in Justice/equal rights. Which is shown when Mr. Heck Tate shows up at Atticus’s door, Scout tells Atticus about how people think he’s wrong and, when Atticus talks about “Maycomb’s disease.” For my first piece of evidence, Atticus is telling Mr. Link Deas about the Tom Robinson case. “Link that boy might go to the chair, but he’s not going till the truth’s told.” Atticus’s voice was even.