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In the book To Kill A Mockingbird written by Haper Lee Miss Maudie saysmockingbirds dont do one thing but make music for us to enjoy They dont eatup peoples garden dont nest in corncribs they dont do one thing but singtheir hearts out Thats why its a sin to kill a mockingbird 90 A mockingbird is a harmless little bird that makes music for use to enjoy In this novelthe mockingbird symbolizes Tom Robinson Boo Radley and Atticus Finch who werenice and never did any harmAtticus Finch was a well respected man in Maycombs county He tried his best tofend Tom Robinson while he was treating badly by Bob Ewell I wish Bob Ewellwouldnt chew tobacco 217 was all Atticus says when Mr Ewell spat on hisface His children were harassed by MrEwell but luckily Boo Radley came torescue Atticus didnt receive anything in return but harm for his familyTom Robinson was convicted when Mayella accused him of raping her To risked hissafety by help Mayella out when she need help He was send to prison Tom triedto escape but unfortunately he was shot by a guy seventeen times while he wasjumping over the fenceBoo Radley was a gentle and fragile person Boo whispered to Scout in the voiceof a child afraid of the dark will you take me home278 He went through hislife not wanting to hurt an ant He left dolls gum and pennies for Jem andScout Jem says well keep em till school starts then go around and askeverybody if theyre theirs 35 was when Jem found pennies in the knot-holeHe also saved Scout and Jems lives while risking his own safety If Mr Tatesend him to prison would be like killing a mockingbirdI believed that Boo Radley Tom Robinson and Atticus Finch are the mockingbirdsin the book To Kill A Mockingbird
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