Essay On Symbolism In To Kill A Mockingbird

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How can a known bird be symbolized to the human race. Other birds like an eagle symbols pride, a blue bird symbolizes hard work, a owl symbolizes you are wise. But what does a mockingbird symbolize? In the book To Kill A Mockingbird Boo Radley a character who commited a crime in his teen age about 15 years ago. But never went to jail because he dad said he would keep him out of trouble. So throughout the years he has been hiding away in his house not talking to anybody and does not go outside, even when his mom and dad died. Everything he had been doing harmed nobody. Throughout the book To Kill A Mockingbird Boo Radley symbolizes a mockingbird and teaches many lessons to the readers.
To start Boo Radley symbolizes a mockingbird because a mockingbird does nothing but bring peace to people. Which Boo did nothing but say in his house ever since he was put in the basement of the courtroom from getting in trouble. But when Jem and Scout meet Dill for the first time they explained what happened to him, and the author say about Boo never coming outside is“But Jem and I had never seen him.” (Lee 10). Jem and Scout have never seen the Radley, so they never came outside of there house. Staying inside and causing no trouble. But the kids do not think that, they say he is a criminal and kills animals. Neverless going through the book Scout realizes that Boo caused no harm to anybody. Near the end of the book Scout and Jem were walking home when all
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Boo is a character who causes no harm because all he does is stay inside of his house, and he also helps save Atticus children Scout and Jem. Also in the book Boo taches the reader to never judge people from what you hear about them. Another lesson Boo taught us was to never take anything for granted. Therefor a mockingbird symbolizes peace and happiness, which Boo represents in the book To Kill A
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