Boo finally comes out of his privacy to save the children, Jem and Scout when Bob Ewell attacks them. During that fight, bob got killed. A conversation between Atticus and Sheriff Heck about how to save Jem and Boo takes place. Here Atticus proved the values of justice and morals by not fearing to accept … Read more How is the ending of “To kill a Mockingbird”?
The main lesson that this novel teaches us is that good as well bad both are human nature and there is always a conflict between these two, but in the end, truth always prevails. It teaches us how we should avoid prejudice and racial discrimination to avoid any inequality.
Boo is the secretive and unseen neighbor. The kids have only heard about him so they judge him based on their assumptions which later proves to be wrong. He has shown a kind side of humanity in this novel. He not only leaves small presents for Scout and Jem but also saved them by showing … Read more What was wrong with Boo Radley?
Full name of Jem’s is Jeremy Finch.
Harper Lee in an interview said about the publication of her book that, “… I was hoping for a quick and merciful death at the hands of the reviewers …” but very soon her book was on the top of the bestseller and it rests with more than 30 million copies in print. It also won the … Read more How did people respond to “To Kill a mockingbird”?
The novel is based on Lee’s experience. To kill a Mockingbird is lightly based on the annotations of her family and neighbors and is mainly inspired by an incident that happened near her home when she was only 10. The book is based on the illogical behavior of people regarding racial and class differences. All … Read more What inspired Harper Lee to write “To Kill a Mockingbird”?
The title has a very precise connection with the whole story. Mockingbirds represents the innocence one has. We should not harm another merely based on their physical appearances.
This novel is about the discrimination, poverty, bigotry, racism, disparity and many other social evils. The mockingbird symbolizes the innocence, the innocence which was crushed because of the racial differences.