Personal Connections In To Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

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Personal Connections In this story, the two main characters remind me of people that I know. Jem reminds me of myself because he always expresses his feelings of hatred towards injustice, as do I. When I hear or see injustice, I try to get it out of my head as fast a possible because I don’t want to remember something as horrible as somebody getting sent to jail even though they were innocent, whether it’s on a television show, or in real life. So, when Jem yelled at his sister Scout for brining up the injustice that happened to Tom Robinson I would have acted the same way because like I said I want to forget it as fast as possible or I will dwell on in indefinitely. Also, another thing Jem and I have in common is that we both want to be the
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