To Kill A Mockingbird Chapter 15 Analysis

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In Chapter 15 of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, Scout’s compassionate actions eliminate the tension of the lynching mob. Scout helps to eliminate this problem by being compassionate for Atticus and running in and wanting to help him.When she runs in she starts talking to a person she remembered, which was Mr. Cunningham about his son, Walter Cunningham, and by doing so she settled the tension and made conversation. Which allowed the men to leave on a good note. When Scout and Jem are reading to Mrs. Dubose, although they didn’t want to be there, they showed compassion by reading to her and taking the time to do so. They also helped her to slowly get rid of her addiction to drugs, by slowly depriving her from them a little longer each reading
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