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To Kill A Mockingbird

Summary: Essay provides a literary analysis of the novel "To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee.

To kill a mocking bird is a novel written by Harper Lee. The novel describes the problems of American society about prejudice, unloving family, class distinction, religious intolerance and of sexist attitude. In this novel, Harper Lee used Mockingbird as a symbol. Mockingbirds are happy and harmless birds. The idea of Harper Lee uses the mockingbird because they are beautiful, innocent and harmless. The symbols of character in the novel are Tom Robinson and Boo Radley, which represent the mockingbird. Mocking bird was usual birds, which innocent and fragile, it was quiet an easy target to shoot. It never eats up people's gardens, don't nest in cornribs. The only thing it could do was made music and made us enjoy it.

Tom Robinson was a innocent person which was proved by Atticus Tom was innocent, even Atticus already proved it on the court. He was a...

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