To Kill a Mockingbird



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The youngest child of the Finch family. She needs motherly influence, and motherly guidance in which is provided by Miss Maudie. Scout learns throughout the book about strength, courage, and love, and hope. She still has a whole life ahead of her! The symbols are both men of course: Tom Robinson and Arthur "Boo" Radley. Boo Radley is a man who loves children, but doesn't come out to socialize because he's shy. The children find out what they wanted to do and they did this: They wanted to see if Boo would come out. So they run up to the house, touch it, and go back to the Finches' house. Dill comes over for the summer to spend time with his Aunt Rachel. He goes back to Meridian, back to his family, and stays there. He also said that he and Scout are gonna marry each other as soon as he gets back to her. Dill talks about having kids someday!

Remember: It's a sin to kill a mockingbird



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