To Kill A Mockingbird Character Analysis

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“To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee is about Scout ( A naive narrator) who tells the story of her early childhood. This includes the story of a court case and about so told notorious icon. This book takes place in the 1930s in an old town called Maycomb, this town was nothing but perfect as it has a strong degree of judgment on appearance and what people were said to be. Through reading this book you'll understand not to judge people by their appearance, what they were said to be(rumor) or what they have done(action).You need to know them well before making assumptions about them. You might not know who they truly are unless you socialize with them for a while, judging people based on appearance or what they are said to be can impact the person who's being judged in big ways.Tom Robinson, Atticus and Arthur “Boo” Radley were all victims of judgment because of their appearance ,what people said about them or what they have done in the past or present.

Firstly, Tom Robinson was sentenced to jail, not because of his false accusation placed on him but instead the color of his skin. During the court case, Tom says something that ends up causing him to lose the case. Tom says: " Yes, suh. I felt right sorry for her, she seemed to try more'n the rest of 'em"(166). After Tom saying this, Mr.Gilmer repeats what he just heard from Tom Robinson and came to his point. He believed that white people are superior to black people and believed that black people shouldn't feel sorry
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