To Kill A Mockingbird Quotes Analysis

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Feisal Rauf, and activist for the muslim religion, once said, “the truth is that killing innocent people is always wrong - and no argument or excuse.” While this quote is pretty straight forward a book by Harper Lee writes a book on this topic too. To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee is about justice and reveals how the killing of innocents is an act of injustice. This is shown throughout the book in many ways. One way is from a quote by Atticus and Miss. Maudie about shooting with their guns. Another is when Tom Robinson died, and the last is when Boo Radley gives the children gifts.
To kill a mockingbird is a sin. A mockingbird is a bird that is sole purpose is to make music, and to kill it is like killing the innocent; which is a sin. In
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Why? A mockingbird represents something innocent, and to kill something innocent is a sin. The book To Kill A Mockingbird is a great example of this; because it is taken place in the deep south where the racism caused many black to suffer only because of their race. Manying blacks are like mockingbirds which were usually innocent but falsely accused and harmed (like Tom Robinson). Another mockingbird in the story is Boo Radley. The children at first see him as this scary monster, but after showing them kindness the kids see him as kind hearted, and gentle. Much like a mockingbird; from that they learned just like a book, you can’t judge someone by what you hear, or see. To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee gives readers a chance to see how racism in the deep south turned into injustice and leads to the killing of innocent minorities. By a young age many were taught that killing was very bad, and that the killing of the innocent is worst, but other than that this lesson can not be taught. However, the book To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee captures readers into this 1930’s town that moves you to realize how harsh racism was and how if affects the lives of many innocent people. Indeed, to kill a mockingbird is a
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