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To Kill A Mockingbird Quotations Bank & Essay Plans:
Atticus Finch
·Atticus is the father of Jem and Scout, and is fifty years old. Before he shoots the dog, Scout
describes how old and useless Atticus is as a father; "Atticus was feeble: he was nearly fifty... he

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·He does have some weakness however; whilst he is keen to instill moral values into his children he
does take undue risk with both the lives of himself and his children. Bob Ewell threatens him with a
gun after Atticus leaves the post office; "According to Miss Stephanie Crawford, however,…

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He does still have some weaknesses; he takes ·"According to Miss Stephanie Crawford,
undue risk with his own life and his children's. however, Atticus was leaving the post office
Bob Ewell comes close to killing him after the when Mr Ewell approached him, spat on him
trial. and threatened to…

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·She is an intelligent girl - she can read and write before she has started school. She hates school
because she is bored and stifled and tries to persuade Atticus not to make her go; "and she said you
taught me all wrong, so we can't ever read any more,…

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SCOUT'S ROLE AS FIRST PERSON ·"I saw he had been crying; his face was dirty
NARRATOR means we have to work things in the right places..."
out for ourselves. She is too young and
innocent to work things out for herself, so we
have to fill in the blanks -…

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Scout tells the story as an adult - (although this ·N/A
is unknown to us). We can infer that Scout
grows up to be an intelligent and confident
woman who takes an interest in history and
literature - she could be based on Harper Lee.
Jem Finch
·Jem loves and…

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Jem loves and admires his father Atticus - he ·"She said you lawed for niggers and trash."
decapitates Mrs. Dubose's flowers after she
offends Atticus.

He is courageous and brave when he goes to · "Jem's white shirt-tail dipped and bobbed
collect his trousers from the Radley place. like a…

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presented as a disciplinarian when she disciplines Scout at lunch with Walter Cunningham -
something most black maids wouldn't dare to do, and shows Calpurnia's special position in the
family; "Hush your mouth! Don't matter who they are, anybody sets foot in this house's yo'
comp'ny..." She is also kind…

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She takes a role as Scout and Jem's surrogate ·"Hush your mouth! Don't matter who they
mother - she is a disciplinarian when she are, anybody sets foot in this house's yo'
disciplines Scout when Walter comes for lunch. comp'ny..."
She also shows her to be compassionate and ·"...but with…

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As Dill finds out where he truly belongs when he runs away to stay with Atticus and his family,
Tom Robinson discovers where he really belongs; his fellow `negroes' and Atticus and his family.

·As he is from Mississippi, Dill provides an outsider's view of Maycomb and is therefore less…




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