To Kill a Mockingbird

Verbal - Visual Essay

I need to have one page filled with pictures that symbolize themes and such of the book and explain what each picture references to in the book. Also I need to put in 5 quotes from the book and 5 quotes from other people (presidents, speakers, celebs, etc...)

Until now I have a scale to represent the injustice, a full white jury, a lonely guy in the room (Boo), a picture of a dead mokingbird (what happened to Tom), pic of slaves (black people of Maycomb weren't slaves per se but were treated in that matter...)

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Atticus says, "The one thing that doesn't abide by majority rule is a man's conscience."

Scout says, "He's just a Negro."

Maudie says, "Atticus Finch is the same on the public streets as he is in his home."

Atticus says, "Remember, we're fighting our frineds."

These may not be the exact words. You'll have to look them up to be sure.

How about a picture of education? The children learn a lot more from their father and the neighbors and the town itself than they learn at school.