To Kill A Mockingbird

Essay by PaperNerd ContributorHigh School, 10th grade October 2001

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The theme I choose to discuss from the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, is that most people are likeable once you get to know them, the first example I wish to discuss is the Boo Radley case, I wish to discuss this because everybody judges him by one person's opinion, except nobody knows him, the second case is when Jem and Scout think that Mrs. Dubose is a mean lady because she yells at them and calls Atticus names, and the third case I wish to discuss is when Tom Robinson gets accused of raping Mayella Ewell and everybody that was on the jury committed Tom guilty because it was a black mans word against a white man's word. Nobody was there to see it happen, so everybody is legible for a fair trial. The fourth case I wish to discuss is that people around the neighbourhood judge Dill as a bad kid because he moves from father to father.

You can't judge a book by it's cover.

This novel To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee takes place in a Southern Alabama town called Maycomb. This is set in the depression era during the 1930's. The narrator of this novel is Jean-Louise Finch (Scout) and she tells the audience about her family and encounters in Maycomb. Jean-Louise Finch (Scout) narrates in this book from the ages of five to ten.

Everybody judges Boo Radley by one person's opinion because Miss. Stephanie tells her opinions to other people, which are rumours, she tells the neighbourhood kids that Boo Radley stabbed his father in the leg with scissors, "he was in a gang and had to go to jail for charges such as disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, assault and battery, and using abusive and profane language in hearing or presence...

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