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Themes

Not written by me.

Four major themes run through To Kill a Mockingbird: education, bravery, prejudice and morals.


We learn how important education is to Atticus and his children in the first chapter when Jem announces to Dill that Scout has known how to read since she was a baby. Atticus reads to the children from newspapers and magazines as if they are adults who can understand issues at his level. By the time Scout attends her first day of school she is highly literate, far surpassing the other children in the classroom and frustrating her teacher whose task it is to teach her students according to a predetermined plan.

Jem also learns powerful lessons from his father regarding bravery and cowardice. Early in Mockingbird we learn that Atticus…


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Mockingbirds, an Analysis

Disclaimer, not by me.

The first character you meet starts out as a mockingbird. In the beginning of the book, Scout is an innocent, six year old child whose wholesome heart had never had an encounter with evil. As the book continues, her innocence is slowly taken away. Her meetings with racial prejudice take large bites out of her purity. By the end of the book, Scout's naïve point of view is now is closer to an adult's understanding of the prejudicial society she lives in. However, some of Scout's innocence is still there. It was protected by the moral voice of her father, Atticus.

Dill is also a mockingbird. He represents child innocence. He only provides excitement and adventure into the lives of Scout and Jem. Still, he is unfortunate.…

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Maycomb Times: Bob Ewell's Death

This one was by Alaa123.

Bob Ewell who was convicting the late Tom Robinson for the rape of his daugter, Mayella, was found dead with a knife in his side last night on the old country path.

On their way home after the school play, young children Jem and Scout Finch, The children of Atticus Finch were attacked by Mr. Ewell. Mr. Finch who was the lawyer for Mr.Robinson has said "only a coward would go

after the children of a man, such a man is Bob Ewell". Maycomb Sheriff's department has investigated the situation and has concluded that Bob Ewell fell on his own knife while trying to kidnap the Finch children, after being heavy intoxicated and filled with hate for Atticus because he defended a black man.

Jem Finch was not available for questioni…

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Maycomb Times: Tom Robinson's Death

I'm not sure if this is canon, but it was written by Hellonerd.

Sunday, September 16th 1934


Sunday Edition


A death has occurred in our small county town of Maycomb. The victim, Tom Robinson, a black man working for the Ewell’s has been shot to death last night at the jail.

The black worker was well known for his straight forwardness permanent resident.

Recently though, Robinson was accused of molesting Bob Ewell's daughter Mayella Ewell. The matter was raised and settled at court with Atticus Finch, local of May-comb, as his lawyer. After a hard-fought battle, Robinson was convicted of molesting Ewell. This was the night before Robinson was shot.

A distressed family member and long-time church friend of Robinson claim that he would never have ru…



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Interview with Atticus Finch

Credits to Issahijazi.

This is John Douglas reporting, and we are here today with an extraordinary interview with Atticus Finch. From Maycomb, he works as a lawyer whose most recent case was Tom Robinson’s. Tom being the unfortunate Negro who was shot dead in attempts to escape imprisonment after announced guilty. Atticus Finch, Tom’s determined attorney, will now recount the previous event and tell us what had happened in that court house.


  • 1 How did you feel about the court case?
  • 2 Was Tom Robinson a clearly innocent man or was it a close battle?
  • 3 You say Bob Ewell attempted to kill your own children? Why couldn’t an adult like himself do it? How did he die?
  • 4 Are your children well behaved, or do they, like so many other children go around looki…

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TKAM Film Reviews

Once again, not by me, I'm just copying them from the other wiki before I request for merge.


  • 1 Mary F. Sibley
  • 2 Shelly
  • 3 Donald J Lamb
  • 4 Joseph Riesenback

Every so often, as sure as night follows day, a film comes along that manages to transport us from our everyday lives and into a time and place that is recalled through memories of better and in a reversal of fortunes,turbulent times. To Kill A Mockingbird is such a film.

In a Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Harper Lee, the small town of Macomb, Alabama is portrayed in the summer of 1932, during the deepest depression that the United States had ever experienced. Over the course of the next year and a half, events will burrow inside this sleepy southern town and the lives of its residents will be t…



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TKAM Book Reviews

This was taken from another wiki (before merge) and the information is being copied here. I have not written any of the below content.


  • 1 Micheal Cooper
    • 1.1 Discussion of main themes in To Kill A Mockingbird
    • 1.2 Would I recommend this book?
  • 2 Erin Miller

The novel To Kill A Mockingbird revolves around a young girl named Jean Louise Finch who goes by the nicknamed "Scout". Scout experiences different events in her life that dramatically change her life. Scout and her brother Jem are being raised by their father, a lawyer named Atticus and a housekeeper named Calpurnia in a small town in the south. At this point in time in the South racism and discrimination towards black was a big issue . The story begins when Scout is 6 years old, and her brother is…



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