What Does The Black Community In To Kill A Mockingbird

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I believe that the black community in the book are considered to be the mockingbirds of the story, which in turn makes Robert (Mr.Ewell) and Mayella Ewell the ‘predators’. I will be explaining my thoughts and the reason why I think this, but before getting into more detail about my hypothesis I want to briefly clarify you about features of the mockingbird itself. The mockingbird is a bird, obviously, which are normally seen as the prey. They are omnivorous which means they eat other animals and plants, these could be: berries, seeds and insects such as ants, grasshoppers and spiders. This is an important point because this tells us that these types of birds are fairly passive, which brings me to my next point which is: how Harper Lee is calling

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