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To Kill a Mocking Bird by Harper Lee || Analysis Summary || Highschool Reading

 To Kill a Mocking Bird by Harper Lee || Analysis Summary Written by Harper Lee,  To Kill a Mockingbird  is an American novel exploring the themes of racism, injustice, and compassion. It is one of the most celebrated novels of all time and is read by many students throughout middle schools and high schools.  Important Characters:  Scout (Jean Louise) Finch:  The narrator of the story. Scout is an intelligent tomboy who has a strong sense of justice and compassion,  Jem (Jeremy Atticus) Finch:  The older brother of Scout. He is intelligent, as well as responsible. Jem's point of view and understanding of the world, change throughout the novel by the events that take place. Atticus Finch:  A widowed, middle-aged lawyer and the father of Scout and Jem. He is kind, patient, wise, and a strong advocate for justice and equality.  Tom Robinson:  The accused black whom Atticus defends.  Arthur "Boo" Radley:  A recluse who lives in the neighborhood.  Plot summary: The novel is se