Examples Of Allusion In To Kill A Mockingbird

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An important allusion in To Kill A Mockingbird is the phrase from The Declaration of independence, “all men are created equal. Atticus reminds the court of these basic principles when he is defending Tom Robinson. His exact word are “Thomas Jefferson once said that all men are created equal”. The reason I think Atticus said this is to remind the people of Maycomb what Jefferson wanted to remind the people in England, that every men on Earth should be treated equally because they were all created equal. It is important that Atticus says this because it will remind the jury and everyone that everyone including Tom Robinson should be treated equal in the justice system and everywhere else. During this time everyone was not created equal, there

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