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Response to To Kill A Mockingbird

Summary: In To Kill A Mocking Bird, Tom Robinson was as innocent and pleasant as a mocking bird. However racial prejudice and ignorance called for his death for a crime he didn't commit.
Tom Robinson In To Kill a Mocking Bird, by Harper Lee, is a mockingbird that gets killed. Tom is unjustly killed over something that's obviously a very "shady" subject. He is referred to as the mockingbird because he never does anything to anybody and is always there to help. Just like a mockingbird is. The reason why Tom Robinson is unjustly killed is because when you read the story and see all of the fact from his trial and Mayella's trial, you see that she is lying and he is telling the truth. Also, the way Bob Ewell is acting throughout the whole book makes him look as if he has something to hide, almost like he is guilty of something. Tom isn't guilty, the book doesn't say he is, but we all know it. In the novel, Atticus tells Scout that until you...

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