To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | To Kill a Mockingbird: A Tour of Maycomb from Scout's Point of View

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of To Kill a Mockingbird.
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To Kill a Mockingbird: A Tour of Maycomb from Scout's Point of View

Summary: THis essay is about the town of Maycomb, from "To Kill a Mockingbird," capturing the tone and character of Scout- as it is told from his point of view.
Maycomb County, in Alabama, is a pretty normal town. Starting from the very southeastern side of town is the Radley place. We never go near there because it's evil and haunted, and so are the people who live in it: Boo Radley, Nathan Radley, and Mr. And Mrs. Radley. Sometimes it's inevitable that we pass by it, so we believe its best to run as fast as we can. They have a pecan tree that leans over the schoolyard to the left of them, but unfortunately we cant eat those because they might be poisoned or diseased or something. Boo Radley is really scary, kinda like those little monkeys they have in the Zoo in the next town, but more mysterious. Sometimes we find gifts in the oak tree next to his house, like gum and an...

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