Tom Robinson's Personification In To Kill A Mockingbird

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The last significant illustration of a mockingbird is the black man Tom Robinson. Tom is a quiet and reserved person. Mayella calls Tom over as he is walking by because she is feeling lonely and desperately needs someone to converse with. Tom Robinson only goes to her because he feels sorry for her, His intentions were good; he meant no one harm. His only goal was to be kind and helpful. Tom, misjudged and misunderstood because of nothing he did which later lead to his death. Tom remains accused of harming Mayella but clearly, this is proven in the story as impossible since Tom is disabled. This is the conclusive act of courage found in this novel.
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