To Kill A Mockingbird Cover Analysis

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There is a old saying that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, and its true. You should always turn a few pages before you decide that you know that book, and know their story. Boo Radley from the book, To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper lee, is a character that has never came out of his house for many years. He has a kind of autistic problem, so he has trouble with other people, which makes him hide in his house. Boo has not came out, and all he does is sit in his house looking at the outside world that he doesn’t exist in. The children in the neighborhood tend to make fun of Boo; they call him names and make rumors about him staying in his house all the time, even though they don’t even know him personally. “He regained his balance and dropped to his knees. He crawled to the window, raised his head and looked in (lee)”. This is where Jem, Scout, and Dill all try to sneak inside Mr. Rradley’s house, to see how strange this man really was, and find out what he was hiding cause he never came out. But the kids are wrong. There is nothing wrong with this man, he is just different and people make fun of him for that. The kids have never even met this man and they are judging him for being “weird”. They want to mess with him and…show more content…
You don’t even have the right to tease or bully anyone; especially if you don’t even know that persons story, they are probably going through so much and have so much pain inside them and are going to burst one day. A lesson of this story everyone should know is that judging is not ok, and not funny at all. Get to know someone before you make rumors about that person. “Most people are, Scout, when you finally see them,”(lee). The end of the book, Atticus is telling his daughter how when you finally get to see the inside of a person, they are truly a wonderful

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