To Kill A Mockingbird Quotes

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The mockingbird represents people who just want to be left alone, but are brought into public eye and humiliated without wanting to be. Another interpretation of a mockingbird is the innocent. The title of the book is to Kill a MockingBird because Tom Robinson was killed. In the book Mr. Underwood says that Tom Robinson's murder was like a murder of a songbird because he thinks it’s a sin to kill mockingbirds. Along with Tom Robinson, Scout mentions Boo Radley as a Songbird because he just wants to be left alone, but is constantly harassed and attacked.
The first lesson they learn is when Atticus tells them to defend everyone and ignore your differences. This is shown when they ask Atticus why he is defending Tom. Another lesson they learn from the trail is not to kill mockingbirds. By this
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This is shown when they ask Atticus why he is defending Tom. Another lesson they learn from the trail is not to kill mockingbirds. By this Atticus means don’t attack the innocent that bring joy to our lives.
I think that Atticus shows the most courage in To Kill A Mockingbird. The book puts courage as protecting the people less fortunate than you. Atticus shows his courage by protecting Tom Robinson during the trail. Also Boo Radley shows a ton of courage by stepping out of his house to save Jem and Scout from Mr.Ewell. This took a lot of courage for Boo because he barely ever comes out in public and has so many rumors about him floating around.
In the book Atticus tells “First of all," he said, "if you can learn a simple trick, Scout, you'll get along a lot better with all kinds of folks. You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view, until you climb into his skin and walk around in it." This helps Scout at the end of the book and stand in Boo Radley’s shoes. This helps her realize why Boo stays inside and doesn’t come out into

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