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NOTE This essay was written in a comparison between Scout To Kill A Mockingbird and a person Small Town Warfare Many events can happen in a persons life that can affect that person deeply a death of a family member moving to another town conflict between family an introduction of a person into somebodys life Whatever it is its affect can be dramatic In the story To Kill A Mockingbird A women recalls a few memorable years of her life as a young girl in the Southeast United States or Maycomb Alabama to be more specific During this period the young girl nicknamed Scout discovers some of lifes greatest lessons through her relationships with her family her friends her neighbors and the community around her Time may have been different during the 1930s but the basic concept of life remains the same respect honesty and the belief that all people are made equal continue to be some of lifes most important lessons Many of lifes greatest come through adversity or conflict where one has to rise above his or her personal standards to achieve a certain goal or to destroy a wall set in front of him or her A saying that was used much during wars and during times of crisis was A hero is a common person doing an extraordinary thing Many acts of heroism may not be considered as such by some people but they all deserve merit A persons character and words are his or her most deadly weapons and they can be used by anyone by the young or the old by men or women by the innocent or the guilty They do not belong to one country or one army they belong to the person and only to that person In the novel we see Scout a young girl caught in the crossfire of a civil war a war not fought with guns and cannons but with words
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