To Kill A Mockingbird: Book Analysis

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The novel that has influenced lives for years has valuable lessons for all ages. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee was published fifty eight years ago and is still being read by kids and parents nationwide. This gives an opportunity for many people to learn lesson and morals from this book. The novel gives lessons to a young character named Scout through a character known as Atticus. Atticus is Scout and Jem’s father and they possess a strong and special bond. Atticus, being a very wise character, gives them tips for almost every problem including school, race, and judgement. The Characters appear extremely close, since they call him Atticus not father and his knowledge comes from the point of view of someone that walked through their shoes. When Atticus gets wrapped up in a case supporting a black man against a white woman, the town has mixed reactions. This and many other events led the children to ask Atticus for advice and gave him plenty of teaching opportunities. In To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus guides his children in a honest and wise direction through advice and lessons. For example, Atticus impacted the kids with suggestions on how to vocally handle situations. Preventing them from being ignorant when met with a vocal conflict. During Atticus’s time working on the case many kids and adults confronted Scout and Jem. This gave Atticus many opportunities to deliver knowledge like when he stated, “ ‘You might hear some ugly talk about it at school, but do one thing
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