Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

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d Scout and patted her with a ruler in front of all the students in the class. After that, Jem sympathized with Walter and grinned at him. "Come on home to dinner with us, Walter," said Jem. "We 'd be glad to have you" (Lee 30). Eventually, Scout learned how to respect others and not judge them before she looks at things from the other person 's point of view as Atticus told her, "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"(Lee 39). In the meantime, since Atticus was a lawyer, he accepted to defend Tom Robinson, who was a black man accused of raping, Mayella Ewell, a white woman. Regardless of what the people in the town thought about Atticus defending a Negro, Atticus and his children endured a great deal of playground and ugliness for the justice. In the end of the trial, the white jury arbitrated that Tom Robinson was guilty regardless of the overwhelming evidence on his innocence. Eventually, Robinson was killed by a gunshot when he tried to escape from the prison. The first mockingbird that I want to point out in this novel is Tom Robinson. Robinson wasn 't just an innocent man, he was also remarkably kind, helpful and renovator one to his family and society. However, Mayella Ewell exploited him to do uphill works in her back yard without any pay for many times, such as chopping up the chiffarobe. It seemed that Robison was the only one who was ever decent to Mayella as

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