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The narrator of Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird" is Scout Finch. Scout is also one of the main characters of the book, and, as the narrator, she recalls memories from her childhood.

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Chapter one of the book "To Kill a Mockingbird," written by Harper Lee and published in 1960, introduces the story of a little girl and her community in Maycomb, Alabama. Characters introduced in chapter one are "Scout,"...

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Harper Lee's use of Gothic elements in "To Kill A Mockingbird," such as the fire and the mad dog, escalates the suspense that faintly foreshadows Tom Robinson’s trial, its outcome and his subsequent tragic death. Other e...

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"To Kill a Mockingbird," from Harper Lee's novel of the same name, is a metaphor that means "to hurt someone who has done no wrong." It references a comment in the novel by character Atticus Finch to his daughter Scout.

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Jem and Scout Finch's views of Boo Radly change during the book "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee from mysterious and frightening to friendly and understanding. According to Dramatica's analysis of the book, the chil...

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One direct quote from Bob Ewell in Harper Lee's novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" is: "Jedge, I've asked this county for fifteen years to clean out that nest down yonder, they're dangerous to live around 'sides devaluin' my ...

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Harper Lee's use of Gothic elements in "To Kill A Mockingbird," such as the fire and the mad dog, escalates the suspense that faintly foreshadows Tom Robinson’s trial, its outcome and his subsequent tragic death. Other e...

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