To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Sin of Killing a Mockingbird

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Sin of Killing a Mockingbird

Summary: A mockingbird is an innocent animal that sings a soothing tune. People often sit on their front porch and enjoy this melody, yet these birds are punished for doing no wrong. It is considered a sin to kill mockingbirds because they are so tranquil. In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, author Harper Lee paints a picture in readers' minds of killing this flawless creature of nature.
A mockingbird is an innocent animal that sings a soothing tune. People often sit on their front porch and enjoy this melody, yet these birds are punished for doing no wrong. It is considered a sin to kill mockingbirds because they are so tranquil. In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, author Harper Lee paints a picture in readers' minds of killing this flawless creature of nature.

In To Kill a Mockingbird, the children, Scout and Jem, have a neighbor whom they have not been able to ascertain a correct view of. When something went wrong in their little town, the children accused this neighbor, Boo Radley. Before the children were born, Arthur (Boo) Radley was a teenager in school when he made a mistake and got involved with the law. He was banished for 20 years to his house. Thus, the children never saw him...

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