To Kill a Mockingbird

explain how Scout's treatment of the roly- poly bug mirrors the way the town of Maycomb treated Tom Robinson.

To kill a mockingbird

Chapter 25

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Scout sees a roly-poly bug and goes to kill it. Jem stops her, saying the bug never did anything to harm her. Scout heeds his request and carefully takes the bug outside, noting internally that if anything, This reflects the mockingbird figures in the story like Tom Robinson and Boo Radley who seek only to help people but are easily hurt.