To Kill A Mockingbird Bildungsroman Analysis

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In the book To Kill A Mockingbird it represents a bildungsroman due to the narrator Scout maturing and growing up throughout the book. The book was written in the 30’s but was published in the 60’s, this book showed people to treat everyone the same and be equal.It is a sin to kill a mockingbird because they are harmless birds who just sing for us. They don’t do anything bad like making nests or anything. A mockingbird resembles an innocent victim who doesn’t do anything wrong and are essentially there to make the world a better place by doing good for others. Tom and Boo represent a mockingbird because they are accused of many bad things but in reality the rumors aren’t true and they’re actually innocent victims. They also do good things for people without anyone acknowledgement. They make the world a better place by all the good they do around their town. The Mockingbird of the story is Boo Radley due to his actions, he makes the world a better place because he helps people out without recognition. People accuse him of bad things but in reality he is an innocent victim. When Miss Maudie’s house was burning down, Jem and Scout were in front of The Radley house and when they woke up they woke up with a blanket on them. Jem and Scout fell asleep in front of the Radley house, “We’d better keep this and the blanket to ourselves. Someday, maybe, Scout can thank him for covering her up.” “Thank who?” I asked. “Boo Radley. You were so busy looking at the fire you didn’t know it

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