Theme Of Compassion In To Kill A Mockingbird

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In Chapter 15 of To Kill a Mockingbird,when scout tries to have a conversation with Mr. Cunningham, Scout’s compassion relieves the tension of two situations. When they are about to lynch Tom Robinson, Explanation. the theme of compassion developed in other sections of the excerpted novel in chapter 30 when Boo Radley was going to be convicted of killing someone, and Scout took his hand to show that he saved her and that he was innocent of crime. During this chapter Atticus tells Boo, “Thank you for my children,” this shows that scout’s compassion for Boo after the incident showed other people, like her father, that Boo did not deserve to be convicted of a crime. This is how Scout’s compassion is shown in chapter

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