To Kill A Mockingbird Character Analysis

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Family is important to you right? Yes a lot of people would do anything to defend their family or stop someone that is slandering your family. The book To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee describes the Finch family who lives in Maycomb and Mr. Finch defends a black man named Tom Robinson. Chapter 9 describes the problem between Scout and Finch (Scout’s cousin) and Scout uses violence to defend her father. This problem really helps me come of age understanding it is not right to use violence when defending family. You will have to pay the consequences. The author really used the conflict between Finch and Scout to see that many people use violence to stop people from insulting their family’s honor. In this passage, the literary elements of character, conflict, and motif develop the theme of people often defend their family’s honor through violence. In the book To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee uses an interesting conflict to help find the theme. In this passage the literary element of conflict between Scout and Francis ch.9 Francis disrespects Scout’s father Atticus. Scout uses unpleasant vocabulary to tell Finch to stop. Alexandra Finch gets her in trouble. This means that Scout will have to pay the consequences for fighting with Francis. In chapter 9 page 114, it says, “A negro- lover. I ain’t sure what it means, but the way Francis said it-tell you one thing right now, uncle Jack i’ll be sure before God if I sit there and let him say something about Atticus.” This means
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