To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Student Essay

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To Kill a Mockingbird

Summary: Essay discusses the changes that occure in the lives of Jem and Scouts in To Kill a Mockingbird.
The people around you can evolve your way of life in moments. Jem and Scout Finch discover this after many personal accounts in Maycomb County. The young children of this story come across terrifying and heart-warming experiences. They learn how to react and adjust to life in this small town of Alabama. These young entities have numerous encounters throughout this story that give them a new outlook on life and a different view on society.

Scout and Jem come across very impolite people in this novel, but they also meet very kind people as well. Mrs. Dubose, a mean old lady yelled crudely to the two innocent kids walking by, "Not only a Finch waiting on tables, but one in a courthouse lawing for niggers,"(ch.31 pg.101). The women referring to Atticus Finch was making her point of the stupidity of defending a Negro, which is...

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