Examples Of Dualism In To Kill A Mockingbird

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The murderer could have been anyone. Looking into the boy’s life, we learn many things about him and his father. The boy has been beaten all his life and he was a delinquent. His father went to prison for forgery. “He was known to be a compulsive gambler and a pretty consistent loser. He spent a lot of time in the neighborhood bars and he’d get into fist fight over sometimes after a couple of drinks. Usually over a women. He was tough, cruel, primitive kind of man who never held a job for more than six months in his life.” (Rose 48) The neighborhood they currently resided at was a poor, trouble neighborhood. Certain possibilities that he could have wronged anybody from prison, to the men he fought, to the people who he gambled with and owed

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