Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

1165 Words Dec 16th, 2015 5 Pages
Pheng Lao
Mr. Abbott
English 9
15 December, 2015

To A Mockingbird Essay In the novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, by harper lee, the setting is based on a little town, Maycomb, as scout grows up she sees the changes in her society, role of women, and courage. Scout learns more about the world as she grows up and she starts to see the discrimination between the blacks and the whites. Scout hears a lot about Boo Radley but never sees him. She knows how her society is bad from the day Tom Robinson’s trial and from all the rumours that were made of Boo Radley. Scout fear and emotion changes grows up throughout the novel to kill a mockingbird when she learns the truth about her society and the world she lives in. In the trial she notices how her community is injustice even at a place where there should only be complete honesty and fairness. While living with her Aunt she changes from being a tomboy to a girl that has respect for everyone. While growing up and getting older Scout can see that there can me more than one type of courage. She sees how Atticus accepts the trail and how Mr. Link Deas stood up for Tom Robinson and how Boo Radley saved them from a night they were about to die by Bob Ewell. In the place where Scout lives, Tom Robinson was accused of raping Mayella Ewell during the night of August . When they all attended to the trail a few months later, Tom Robinson was pronounced Guilty. “Guilty…Guilty…Guilty…Guilty” (lee, 211). Judge taylor…

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