Scout Finch : The Single Father Of Scout And Jem

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2. Scout Finch (Jean Louise Finch): The main protagonist and the narrator of the story. As the novel progresses you can see how Scout matures and gains a stronger understanding of other people and herself.
Jem Finch (Jeremy Atticus Finch): Scout’s older brother and one of her closest friends. Throughout the entire novel, Jem is by Scout’s side and helps her make it through the tough times in life, when he isn’t the source of them, himself.
Atticus Finch: The single father of Scout and Jem who struggles to provide for them and helps them with all their problems. He is also the defense attorney for Tom Robinson.
Tom Robinson: The black man who was accused of raping and beating Mayella Ewell, which sparks the highly significant court case. Even though proven innocent, Tom Robinson was still charged with the crimes of beating and raping Mayella Ewell and was later killed in an attempted escape.
Bob Ewell: Father of “rape victim” Mayella Ewell who gets embarrassed and proven guilty in court by Atticus Finch. He then later declares his revenge and attempts to kill Scout and Jem but fails.
Boo Radley (Arthur Radley): The Mysterious neighbor of the Finch’s that is said to have been part of a mischievous gang and stabbed his father in the leg with a pair of scissors. Nobody ever saw Boo leave the house except for the day he killed Bob Ewell and saved Scout and Jem’s lives.
3. The novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” is written in the first person, from Scout’s perspective. However, it

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