What Does Grand Central Mean In To Kill A Mockingbird

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To Kill A Mockingbird The color of people doesn't change the fact that everyone is equal. The novel “ To kill a Mocking Bird” the man that was being accused of beating and raping Mayella he was discriminated because of his skin tone. Tom was found guilty for something he didn't do. Atticus was defending tom because he felt that it was the right thing to do and he knew that tom wasn't guilty. Tom Robinson's case affected many people because it made people realize that racism isn't right and that they should stand up for what's right.

Works cited Lee, Harper. To Kill A Mockingbird. Grand Central

Atticus believes in justice, equality, liberty, and respect and he wants to do what is right. For an example atticus knew tom wasn't guilty so he was helping tom in the case because he thought that is was the right thing to do. During the trial …show more content…

To Kill A Mockingbird. Grand Central

Atticus was very believeable in what he believed in because he put so much effort into what he was doing to help tom become a man that will have equality and everyone else. “They've gone,” he said .” Get some sleep, tom(Lee 117). They won't bother you anymore.” The quote means that since Atticus is helping tom with the case he is giving tom confidence and not to worry about what's going to happen. Tom is trusting Atticus to help him win this case for his children to have freedom and equality.
Works cited Lee, Harper. To Kill A Mockingbird. Grand Central

The girl who was beaten and raped was accusing tom Robinson that he made those Horrific bruises on her and viciously held her in place and raped her. The name of the girl was mayella ewell the daughter of bob ewell. Bob ewell was making his daughter tell the lie of tom being guilty. When tom was found guilty mayella screamed out “'Tom was a dead man the minute Mayella Ewell opened her mouth and screamed' (Lee 117). Mayella really wanted him dead because of how he wasn't the same color as everyone

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