Three Characters In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Three Mockingbirds In the novel To Kill A Mockingbird shows three people that symbolize a mockingbird. Mockingbirds are known as innocent creatures in this novel. The novel takes place in Maycomb, Alabama in the 1930’s. It’s about two children growing up to learn the harsh and racist world they live in. Three specific characters show or represent a mockingbird in the story. The kids don’t really understand also why a lot of people are mean or mad at the three characters that represent a mockingbird. In the novel, “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee, the three characters that represent a mockingbird are Boo Radley, Tom Robinson, and Atticus Finch. Boo Radley is the first person to represent a mockingbird. He is a shy quiet man that …show more content…

Just innocent people that help with everything they can. A mockingbird represents innocence and is harmless to everything. In the end of this novel, the kids were saved from a tragic event by one of the mockingbirds which is Boo Radley. This was surprising because everybody thought he was crazy and hurt people, but he saved the kids. One of the kids Scout, learns a valuable lesson from his actions. A lesson to be learned from this novel is to do not judge anybody from their looks or social status. Social status was not mentioned much is this novel but, still do not do it. Do not think that just because somebody has different colored skin, that they are harmful or worthless. Do not treat them badly just because they have different colored skin. Just because somebody doesn’t have as much money and are poor, the last thing they need is someone making fun of them. We are all equal no matter what. Do not ever think less of someone because they look different or they are not as good looking as you. The three mockingbirds in this novel were nothing like what people said they were and they did not deserve all the negativity. We, as readers, must love one another and come together like these “mockingbirds” did in this

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