The Characters Of Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

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When it comes to the components of memorable literature, it can be said that characters tend to play a significant role. The creation of realistic and similar characters is what allows the reader to be attached and create a strong connection to the book. Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird is still remembered and recognized well today due to the creation of well known characters like “Scout”. The book is set in the perspective of a young girl known as Jean Louise Finch. The young narrator of To Kill a Mockingbird goes by the nickname "Scout" which is very appropriate. It is clarified within the first few chapters that this book is a reflection of past told by Scout herself. As she is a child Scout is not mature enough to know the difference between right and wrong within that time period. The reader should keep in mind though that To Kill a Mockingbird really presents two Scouts, the little girl experiencing the story and the adult Jean Louise who tells the story. Although the story takes place over the course of three years, Scout learns a lifetime 's worth of lessons in that span. The book is represented as Scout 's memoir, therefore concluding that the adult Jean Louise can better understand the impact of various events than the child living through them. As stated previously, To Kill a Mockingbird takes place in the fictional small Southern town of Maycomb in the 1930s. Scout, formerly known as Jean Louise Finch is the heart and center of Maycomb. Within the story,
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