To Kill a Mockingbird

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  • To Kill a Mockingbird
    • Scout
      • Inquisitive
        • "Do all lawyers defend n-Negroes, Atticus?"
      • Fearless
        • "I split my knuckle to the bone"
      • Well meaning/ thinks of others
        • "He's a Cunningham"
          • Rude to Walter
      • Isn't a typical girl
        • Doesn't just accept things
        • Tomboy
      • Innocent
        • "There wasn't much left for us to learn, except possible algebra"
      • Uses offensive language
        • "nigger"
      • Matures
        • Torments and gossips about Boo
          • See's things from his point of view
        • Rude to Walter
          • Respects Walter's family
        • Uses offensive words
          • Becomes more respectful, uses words like "negro" instead
        • Plays games with Jem
          • Addresses adult issues
    • Jem
      • Brave
        • "In all his life, Jem had never declined a dare"
      • Sensitive
        • "How could they do it, how could they?"
        • Worried about Atticus outside the jail
      • Calm
        • "He had a naturally tranquil disposition"
      • Grows up the most
        • Becoming responsible
          • "Broke the remaining code of our childhood"
        • Maturing
          • "Jem and I first began to part company"
        • Has a better understanding
          • Explains things to Scout in the court case
      • Rebel
        • Destroys Mrs Dubose's camellias
        • Refuses to go home and leave Atticus outside the jail
        • Torments Boo
        • Lies to avoid trouble
      • Rebel
        • Destroyed Mrs Dubose's camellias
        • Refuses to go home and leave Atticus with the mob outside the jail
        • Torments Boo
        • Lies to avoid trouble
      • Strong feelings
        • Sensitive
          • "How could they do it, how could they?
          • Worries about Atticus with the mob
        • Upset by the outcome of the trial
        • Strong sense of justice
      • Grows up
        • Better understanding
          • Explains things to Scout in the trial
        • Maturing
          • "Jem and I first began to part company"
    • Atticus
      • Honorable and unselfish
        • Does things even though he knows he won't be liked by the town afterwards
      • Wants the children to see things from other people's perspectives
        • "You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view- until you climb into his skin and walk around in in."
      • Patient
        • "infinite capacity for calming turbulent seas
      • Respectful
        • "I do my best to love everybody"
      • See's the best in people
      • Lawyer
        • Works hard to do a good job
        • Cares about his clients
      • Loves his children
        • Always honest with them
        • Teaches them to accept people
        • Spend time with them
    • Dill
      • Imaginative
        • "Beautiful things floated around in his dreamy head"
      • Childlike
        • "Dill had started crying and couldn't stop"
      • Sensitive
        • "Striking a match under a turtle was hateful"
      • Playful
        • Come up with all the "eccentric plan" when playing with Jem and Scout
      • Runs away from things that make him unhappy
        • Upset at hoe Tom Robinson is treated
          • Had to leave the courtroom
          • Running away from reality
        • Runs away from home
          • Felt unloved, "wasn't interested in me"
        • Run away to become a clown
          • Escape Maycomb's prejudice
      • Imaginitive
        • "Beautiful things floated around in his dreamy head"
      • Childlike
        • "Dill had started crying and couldn't stop"
      • Sensitive
        • "Striking a match under a turtle was hateful"
      • Playful
        • Came up with the "eccentric plans" when playing with Jem and Scout"
      • Runs away when unhappy
        • Run away to the circus to become a clown
          • Escape Maycomb's prejudice and "laugh" at it
        • Upset at the way Tom is treated so runs out
          • Running away from reality
    • Calpurnia
      • Strict
        • "She was always ordering me out of the kitchen"
      • Valued
        • "We couldn't operate a single day without Cal"
      • Stern
        • "I seldom pleased her and she seldom rewarded me"
      • Scout
        • Affectionate and compassionate
        • Mother figure
    • Tom Robinson
      • Hard working family man
      • Polite
        • His "manners were as good as Atticus's"
      • Caring
        • "I was glad to do it, Mr Ewell didn't seem to help her none"
      • Hardworking
        • "I works pretty steady... all year round"
      • Disabled
        • Arem got caught in a cotton gin
    • Boo Radley
      • Mysterious
        • "Mr Radley's boy was not seen again for fifteen years"
      • Polite
        • "He always spoke nicely to me"
      • Timid
        • "The voice of a child afraid of the dark"
      • Community gossip about him
        • Used him as a scapegoat
          • Scapegoat= someone who gets balmed and punished for something that isn't their fault
    • Ewell family
      • Mayella
        • Dutiful
          • "Accustomed to strenuous labour"
        • Lonely
          • "Mayella Ewell must have been the loneliest person in the world"
        • Neglected
          • "Tom Robinson was probably the only person who was ever decent to her"
      • Bob
        • Lazy
          • He was "fired from the WPA for laziness"
        • Abusive
          • "His chest swelled, once more he was a little red rooster"
        • Arrogant
          • "She says what her papa do to her don't count"
      • Mayella
        • Dutiful
          • "Accustomed to strenuous labour"
        • Neglected
          • "Tom Robinson was probably the only person who was ever decent to her"
        • Lonely
          • "Mayell Ewell must have been the loneliest oerson in the world"
      • Bob
        • Lazy
          • He was "fired from the WPA for laziness"
        • Arrogant
          • "His chest swelled, and once more he was a little red rooster"
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