How Does Atticus Finch Use Metaphors In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Imagine knowing the evils of the world before age ten and having a full idea of how cruel people can be at such a young age. With the help of parents, kids grow and understand the world. Youngsters can see what humans are on the inside. and with knowledge from caretakers, they comprehend the wicked. Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird shows that children grow and learn quickly when exposed to an adult world as seen through Atticus Finch’s teachings that uses symbolism, metaphors, and similes. Atticus teaches his kids about the world through the use of symbolism of a mockingbird, representing people who have moral standards, but are persecuted. “Remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird,” Atticus exclaimed to his children that harming African-Americans

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