Jean Louise Finch ‘Scout’ is a headstrong young girl who narrates the novel ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’, set in the fictitious County Maycomb over the span of three years. She is often found sporting dirty overalls or breeches and possesses a rather tomboyish personality, much to her aunt’s dismay. It says, “Aunt Alexandra was fanatical on the subject of my attire... When I said I could do nothing in a dress, she said I wasn’t supposed to be doing things that required pants. ”(Page 90)
To Kill a Mockingbird and The Help both demonstrate the hard times during the civil rights movement by showing the theme growing as a person, even though the novels have their differences throughout different perspectives. In To Kill a Mockingbird, Scout is talking to Atticus about why Jem is acting differently than what he used to. In the novel, it states,” Jem was twelve. He was difficult to live with, inconsistent, moody. His appetite was appalling, and he told me so many times to pestering him, I consulted Atticus: “Reckon he’s got a tapeworm?””
In To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee Tom Robinson is accused of raping Mayella Ewell. Tom Robinson goes to jail for being accused of raping Mayella. Scout and Jem walk home everyday from school and pass Boo Radley’s house. Atticus’s neighbors house burnt down in the winter. The theme of the book is important because it shows how others step into others’ shoes and see how they feel.
Jean Louise “Scout” Finch is a very bright young girl who lives in the county of Maycomb, Alabama, where people have very in-the-box thoughts and views about life and people they don’t know. Maycomb a dirt poor county where many life lessons can be learned about racism, culture, and certain people. For Scout Finch that is what life is all about, learning. In the book, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Scout Finch learns very important lessons about life through the people of Maycomb which has changed her perspectives on life. First off, one lesson Scout learns about life is to not judge the people she knows in Maycomb.
My windsock, represent Scout Finch, with the symbol overalls. I chose Scout because she 's the main character and had a big impact on the book. I choose overall for her symbols because she continues to wear them as fighting against people trying to attempt her to be a lady. She 's not the average girl who dresses up and acts nice. She the type of girl who would fight with her fist instead of her mind.
Many characters changed in TKM but who do you think changed mostly? In the book many characters change of course from beginning to end once they learn lessons or learn better understanding of things like Jem. In To Kill a Mockingbird, Jem has changed the most because as the book goes on Jem grows older and starts to go into puberty as all boys do. Jem started changing at home when he was about twelve years old and at first he just wanted to be alone all the time. In the beginning of chapter 12 Scout says “he was difficult to live with, inconsistent, moody.
Even though Some people, like Aunt Alexandra thinks Atticus is raising scout wrong because she doesn't like to wear girly clothes. Atticus acts like a teacher to his children, he teaches them wondrous things. Atticus punishes his kids when the deserve it. Jem and Scout are shown to be respectful and treat people the same.
Would you ever sneak into a scary, creepy, and terrifying yard to uphold your reputation? This is what Jem, a character in “To Kill a Mockingbird” did. Everybody agrees Scout, Dill and Jem snuck into Mr. Radleys back yard. Some people think Jem should not have let Scout come into the Radley Yard and peep through Boo’s window with Dill and him. Conversely, others believe Jem should have let Scout come into the Radley Yard with Dill and him.
In the classical 1960 novel To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee depicts the social and racial inequality in southern American society during the 1930’s. Residing in Maycomb County, Atticus Finch and his two children, Scout and Jem, gain appreciation for tolerance as they encounter diverse characters such as Tom Robinson and Boo Radley. Told from Scout’s perspective of their adventures, Jem and Scout explore the prejudicial flaws of their community. The portrayal of a catalyst and prophet matches the personality of Jeremy “Jem” Atticus Finch; serving as the brother and friend of his sister Scout, Jem’s once innocent and naive world view is exposed to the less savory aspects of southern culture when his father takes on a case defending an African American man accused of rape. As the dehumanizing factors of institutionalized and widespread racial discrimination and prejudice become evident, Jem learns that empathy and human understanding are crucial in realizing full human potential.
There is a clear difference in Maycomb between different social classes, different levels of poverty Boo has been closed in 20 years, the news about him is exaggerated, because the description of the example of Jem 'judgment of their tracks' p.14. After being kept inside for a long time it would not be surprising to find that you suffer from anxiety when the company. Omen. The incident in which Jem broke his arm is clear that is novel because mentioned hereinbefore. Just at the time when this happens, but obviously we will be looking into the incident.