To Kill A Mockingbird Character Analysis

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Most authors write about characters that can be related to by the reader. To make readers able to connect more, the author has to make the character more realistic which means giving a character a flaw. The following books, To Kill A Mockingbird, The Odyssey and Of Mice and Men, are books we focused on this year and they all represented characters with flaws that the readers were able to identify and relate to. Boo Radley, Odysseus and Lennie were characters in the books that have flaws, but have good intentions. To Kill A Mockingbird, is a book that focuses on a town that faces racism. While taking the reader through a journey of how it was in the 1930s, the reader comes in context with many different characters. Arthur Radley, who is also known as Boo in reference to a ghost, chooses to isolate himself from all of society. He is a lone wolf who prefers to do things on his own and not disturb his neighbors and fellow town members. Therefore, he only leaves his house at night and when he does, he just walks around the neighborhood and looks at his neighbors houses. This may sound creepy, however, he only does this for the benefit of himself. He knows how his society actually is, which the reader finds out when Tom Robinson is called guilty even though, the reader can infer that he is innocent. His choice to be isolated is his flaw because it causes many people to make up rumours about him. Some people claim he is a ghost, while others believe he is a murderer. The reader
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