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"innocence" the essay is about comparing the innocence of mockingbirds to the innocence of the characters in the novel "to kill a mockingbird"
In Harper Lee's novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, Boo Radley, Tom Robinson, and Scout Finch display innocence, a quality of a mockingbird, through their words and actions. By the end of the book, Scouts perspective on life develops from that of a small, innocent child to that of a mature young person. Tom Robinson's naïve nature shows throughout the novel, especially during the trial when he claims to feel sorry for Mayella, a white person. Boo's innocence shines through the chapters with his child like features, such as leaving gifts in the tree for Scout and Jem.
Arthur "Boo" Radley,…
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