To Kill A Mockingbird Quotes Analysis

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As a child, have you ever wondered how it would feel to be able to fly like a bird? Many people do not know what a typical bird does during their day to day life. But a Mockingbird is not any typical type of bird. “Kill all the bluejays you want, but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird” (117). The previous quote is a world widely known quote; stated by Atticus; a character from the book To Kill a Mockingbird; authored by Harper Lee. In broad, the quote signifies that Mockingbirds are innocent creatures, who do not do anything but create beautiful music for humans to enjoy. In the story To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch; a lawyer, has been selected by Judge Taylor to take the case of a negro, named Tom Robinson. Tom Robinson has allegedly been accused of raping Bob Ewell’s daughter; Mayella Ewell. Although, in reality Tom went to the Ewell's’ house to help Mayella with some yard work. In my opinion that the two character that symbolize a Mockingbird is Judge Taylor and Atticus.…show more content…
Atticus knows there will be a lot criticism from people all around the town of Maycomb; a heavily white populated area. Nevertheless, Atticus does not care and tries everything he can possibly do, to save Tom Robinson’s life. Thus shows, that not all people of white color are prejudice and racist, because there are beings like Atticus who have chosen to fight against the crowd and bring society an inch closer towards equality. Throughout the story, not only does Atticus have to suffer from hateful people around the town, but his two children also have to deal with boat loads of mischief, that comes with having a white father as lawyer, that is defending a
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