Character Analysis Of Tom Robinson In To Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee

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Mockingbirds are glass creatures, beautiful but, fragile. “Mocking birds don’t do one thing but make music for us to enjoy. They don’t eat up people’s gardens, don 't nest in corncribs, they don 't do one thing but sing their hearts out for us,” spoken by Miss Maudie. That is why it is a sin to kill one. The meaning of this is that if someone is innocent and have done nothing to nobody, it 's a sin to choose to hurt it. There were two main mockingbirds throughout the book. Tom Robinson was a mockingbird because all he did was respect women. He never laid a hand on Mayelle and he was innocent. No matter how much she groped him he used his voice and he didn 't put his hand on her. Boo Radley was a mockingbird because Mr.ewell got stabbed …show more content…
Because judge Taylor put Atticus on Tom Robinson 's case. He did this sos Tom would have a fighting chance to win. Because at this time in history if a black person and a white person is in court they white person would win anytime. No matter how the evidence point to the black person, that just treated people equally. All the white people in town would be on that white person 's side even though nobody liked him.Atticus truly took this case because of his morals and integrity. He knows that every person on earth should be treated equally no matter what color is on the outside of your skin. At the end of the day we all are people. He didn 't care if the town hated him if he was defending a negro, his social standing did not matter. The theme of the book To Kill A Mockingbird that is strongly supported throughout the book is integrity. Atticus had integrity by defending Tom, even if he was a negro. Scout had integrity by changing the atmosphere with the mob, and doing what is polite and making conversation. Tom had integrity because when Maryella kissed him he didn 't put his hands on her because you shall not hit a women because it is not right. INtegrity have been seen throught all of this book. Therefor my opinion is that integrity is the

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