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To Kill A Mockingbird

"To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee is a novel, which I have studied and admired recently.My admiration for the novel comes through the way Harper Lee highlights an important theme in the development of the novel through two separate incidents.These incidents helped my understanding and enjoyment of the novel as a whole.
The novel itself takes place in a small county called Maycomb during the 1930's.The main characters include the narrator of the novel Jean-Louise Finch or as she is known throughout the novel Scout Finch.The Finch's play a big part in the novel with the family of three made up of Atticus, who is the father and Scout's brother Jem.The plot is mainly took up by a court case involving a black man called Tom Robinson who is accused of raping a young white girl called Mayella Ewell.Atticus is the brave man who protests Tom's innocence and defends him throughout the trial.Atticus seems a very private man and mainly keeps himself to himself so the reader is quite unaware of what he is actually like.This is when Harper Lee uses two separate incidents to show the reader Atticus' true character.
Thefirst memorable incident in the novel concerns the shooting of a mad dog.This crazed dog was heading towards the Finch house where Atticus and the county's sheriff Heck Tate went to investigate.They were the people chosen to go and shoot the dog before it caused any serious damage.However, "Atticus was feeble: he was nearly fifty" in his daughter's eyes and "wasn't interested in guns."The reader takes Atticus to be a rather boring, sensible and vulnerable old man and believe he would rather "Sit and read in the living room".Also when Jem and Scout were given their own air rifles Atticus refused to teach them how to use them properly and left that responsibility to the children's uncle, Jack. I feel that this shows A…

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