Character Analysis To Kill A Mockingbird

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The name of my book is, To Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee. The book To Kill A Mockingbird is basically a story that talks about a mystery that nobody has solved. In addition the two main characters Jem and Scout, start to learn more and more of their dad, after he has to shoot a mad dog (which is generally like a posionsons snake to us). As Atticus (Jem & Scouts dad), starts to reveal more about himself he city starts to slowly fall apart. Paragraph 2 Setting Analysis: The story takes place in a small town called Maycomb. This town is a southern town, very small where everyone knows each other, and they all try and find out what happened to a certain Radley. Boo Radley that is, he was the most mysterious person Maycomb ever knew. The time period is around 1933-1935. In addition a lot of things happen to people in Maycomb while they were trying to figure out Boo Radley, Scout and Jem (two main characters) have two mysteries they’re trying to figure out. If the story took place somewhere else it would be different because the different setting would possibly mean more/less people. It could be less mysterious, and the economy would be different along with the weather. Paragraph 3 Character Analysis: One character I would like to focus on is Scout Finch, a nine-year old girl that is very social, kind, and adventurous. She is very social because she makes friends easily with young and old people. The book states, “Why don’t you come over, Charles Baker Harris? Lord, what
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