To Kill A Mockingbird

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To Kill A Mockingbird

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The plot of the story is abot thisfamily who lives in a little town called maycomb.In this town it is in the great deperresion .A black man is fausely acuesed of raping a white girl and is taken to court.

How to kill a Mockingbid

Plot

Characters and Setting

Atticus is a lawyer and upstanding citizen.He's raisinghis kids as a single dad. Scout is a spunky girl who isn't afraid of trouble.Setting They live in Maycomb County between the years of 1933 to 1935 during the Great Depression and the era of Jim Crow laws.It's a boring place to live.

Conflict

Falling Actions and Resolution

The Ewell family is a particularly poor and racist family whom most of the society doesn't like but puts up with, but when their daughter make an accusation of a serious crime against black man,more of society agrees with them than you'd think

Scout is telling the story of her lost shoes to Atticus when she realizes the man in the room is Boo Radley.The man decided to hide the truth that Boo Radley killed Bob Ewell in the forestResolutionScout sees her town in a totally new,older light now that she'sexperienced so much, and she looks out over her naighborhood and knows that she needs to stand in people's shoes if she wants to really understand them.

Climax

Jem and Scout are walking back in costumes,when they hear some wierd sounds in the bushes and forest nearby.Then a man jumps out of the shadows and kills Bob Ewel who has been stalking them.

Rising Actions

Dill dares Scout and Jem to go knock on Boo's door.Jem visits Mrs.Dubose and reads to her.Mrs.Dubose died.Atticus does a great job defending Tom.Tom is shot.Tom's wife is threatened.Bob Ewell tires to kill Jerm and Scout.Bob Ewell is found dead.Scout see's Boo .

''The one thng that doesn't abide by majority rule is a person's conscience'' By Atticus

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