Scout Finch Quotes In To Kill A Mockingbird

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My windsock, represent Scout Finch, with the symbol overalls. I chose Scout because she 's the main character and had a big impact on the book. I choose overall for her symbols because she continues to wear them as fighting against people trying to attempt her to be a lady. She 's not the average girl who dresses up and acts nice. She the type of girl who would fight with her fist instead of her mind. This windsock is made out of scrapbook paper for the top half and ribbons to be the streamers which hold the quotes. Most of the streamers will be a different color the represent its quote. Scout is not like the other folks in town, she sees hope and petals in everyone. she tries to treat everyone the same no matter their skin color. She wants change in the world. She wants equal rights for everyone and for everyone to get along. When Scout says “there 's only one type of folk, folks” she is telling us that everyone is the same, no matter the skin color, race, or background. At the end of the day, we are all the same. For this streamer, the hope quote will be on a yellow ribbon, expressing the happiness, that was in the book. Yellow is generally a happy and fun color. The color yellow gives …show more content…

Scout is definitely a character we see growth in. She goes from being a little girl who can’t control her anger to a young lady that wants a change in the world. In this quote, Scout shows that she tries to climb into Jem 's skin and understand what he is going through. In this part of the chapter was when the tree hole, that has the gifts got filled up and Jem felt bad about not giving anything in return. When scout saw that Jem was moody and sad, she didn’t want to bother him. She didn’t really know what was wrong at the moment but respected that he didn’t want to be bothered. This quote is going to be shared with the color green. Green is to show that you are ready and to go. Green symbolizes growth. Green is mostly a positive color that gives us the

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