Review Of ' Kill A Mockingbird ' By Harper Lee Essay

1745 Words Feb 15th, 2016 7 Pages
“Life’s all about moments of impact and how they change our lives forever” (Bored of Wisdom). Everyone experiences events that stick with them forever. It may be a kind gesture from somebody or possibly a tragic event. No matter the circumstances they all affect people in multiple different ways. It may teach them a lesson, a moral that sticks with them for life, or give them a different viewpoint on something that they may never have thought of before. But they all make some sort of an impact. The importance of impacts is represented in To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Scout Finch is a young girl who experiences events in her life that all teach her a lesson. These lessons help her through life conflicts and become an exceptional lady. Scout Finch is affected by the actions of her society, family, and friends. Scout’s society impacts the way she looks at life. In her society almost everyone believes that it is wrong for Atticus to stick up for Tom Robinson, during the trials that accuse him of raping Ewell’s daughter. Throughout the many months that lead to the trial, Scout experiences hate from kids and adults in her society because of her dad’s opinions. At first Scout lashes out on those who think negatively of her father by physically or verbally fighting, but she learns to let it go. By remembering that her father does what he does for the best of his family. Atticus knows that “Scout’s got to learn to keep her head and learn soon, with what is in store for her…

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