Essay Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

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There are a many characters Harper Lee used in 'To Kill a Mockingbird ' to help spread her message, in this case the ‘Coexistence of Good and Evil’. All the characters are created to have their own unique character and different roles in order to bring out the message. Through the adult Scout, the author stated that everyone in Maycomb County is somehow related since people were so close during the time, where they married within their families.
The character Lee used to express these ideas was using a young girl, who hadn’t yet experienced the whole world yet. Scout is the narrator of the story and is used as a naive narrator and everything is seen through the six year old 's perspective. She frequently asks questions without hesitating, as she is too young to know them, supporting the context of the naive narrator.
Jem, Dill, Atticus, Boo and Tom plays an equally important role as Scout does in order to show the ‘coexistence of good and evil’.
Jean-Louise Finch, whom is generally known as Scout, is the daughter of Atticus Finch and younger sister of Jeremy Finch. She is portrayed as both her adult self and her younger self when she recounts her past; while recalling the past, she clearly understood everything that had happened, though her child self didn 't. She is mostly shown as the 6-7 year old girl who is very energetic and finds being called a 'girl ' as an insult. Scout acts as an observer just to describe the situation so the reader is able to comprehend even if…

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