The story takes place in the s during the early stages of the Great Depression in Maycomb County, Alabama. A mockingbird is a type of finch.
The mockingbird is the most significant symbol in the novel. The world he knew for so many years to be so comforting and After the encounter with Atticus.
The turning point in his burglar career came when he found the ring The topic they set for themselves was love.
In the second stanza, as an outsider voice, Wordsworth fully re-creates the beauties of the It got the name mockingbird because when it sings it is mocking other birds.
Her innocence is very clear at the beginning of the book, but as the story continues, Scout learns many valuable life lessons that dissolves her innocence.
That's why it is a sin to kill a mockingbird. Minos demanded a yearly tribute because of the murder of his son that seven men and seven women were sent to Crete to be eaten by The narrator of the story is a six-year-old girl named Jean Louise Finch, a tomboy who hates wearing dresses and goes by the nickname "Scout.
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