Kill A Mockingbird : A Story About Two Young Children With A Wide Range Of Maturity And Imagination

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To Kill a Mockingbird is a story about two young children with a wide range of maturity and imagination. The setting takes place in Maycomb, Alabama in the summertime ending quickly. There is a little girl named Scout and her older brother named Jem. Their father is Atticus Finch who is an attorney and state legislator for Maycomb. The book opens up about an incident when the kids met Dill who comes in for the summer and spends it with their next door neighbor, his aunt. In the incident, Jem breaks his arm. Another important character is the African American cook, Capurnia and Boo Radley which is the strangest one. Dill is obsessed with Boo because no one has ever seen him outside his house. The kids start to play games and dare one another to see if Boo will come outside. Chapter two soon starts after this by the Dill leaving to go back to his mom’s and starts school. The kids also go back school which is a big milestone for Scout to start the first grade. Scout already knows how to read and write, so the teacher is harder on her than anyone else. Scout beats up Walter for embarrassing her in front of the teacher, but Jem breaks it up and invites him over. Scout talks to Atticus about Ewell who is special and says “You never really understand a person until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” This quote stays with Scout about Ewell and Boo Radley. Chapter four and five is as quick as Scout’s school year. Scout passes Boo’s house alone everyday and one day she…

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