Why Ms. Waugh Should Read This Book

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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is a very interesting book and Ms. Waugh should read this because it basically relates to the world now other than in the 1930’s when this book was written. For example, in the book a black man named Tom was accused of raping a white women and of course back then racism still existed and because the whole jury was only filled with white people he was charged guilty. Another reason why Ms. Waugh should read this book because it shows how back than there government was messed up with racism against people who weren’t there color and that is how I believe our government is now but much worse. The narrator which is Scout a girl at age 4 who has a brother named Jeremy or Jem for short at age 6, their father Atticus is a lawyer and their Mother died they were young, and they live in Maycomb, Alabama. The Main focus in the book was the life…show more content…
What I also liked is how the story still continues years after years just not for like a day or month. A Quote that I admire in Chapter 3 stated “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view…Until you climb into his skin and walk around in it”. In the end of Chapter 29-30 this is when Scout learned the valuable lesson her father taught her because once their attacker was pulled away from them that night she realized it was Mr. Arthur or “Boo Radley”. A Man that has never been seen since he was young nor been out of the house, helping two young children from a Racist, Old, Caucasian man. At the beginning of this novel they pictured Mr. Arthur as an old, mean, eating animal being but now since they have really seen him he’s just a hero and caring
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