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Who is The author of To Kill a Mockingbird? Harper Lee
What Year Was it Released? 1960
What year did it win the Pulitzer Prize? 1961
What type of style is it written in? Flashback. Starts with Jems Broken arm and comes around full circle
Who Said "Maycomb was an old town, but it was a tired old town when I first knew it." Scout
Who said "Get some sleep, Tom. They wont bother you anymore." Atticus
"Atticus reached out and massaged Jem's hair, his one gesture of affection." Scout
"Most people are, Scout, when you finally see them." Atticus
Narrator and Protagonist? Scout
Scout & Jem's father, believed in racial equality. Atticus
Scouts Brother Jem
Recluse never sets foot outside his house. Saves Scout and Jem Aruther "Boo" Radley
Wrongfully accused Tom Robinson of raping his daughter. Represented the evil of the South Bob Ewell
The Bridge between the white and black world for the children. Calpurnia
Atticu's Sister Aunt Alexandra
Bob's daughter, abused, lonley, and unhappy. Mayella Ewell
The black field hand accused of rape. Tom is one of the novel's "mockingbirds," symbol of innocence destroyed by evil. Tom Robinson
Theme's? Coexistence of good and evil, Importance of moral education, Existence of South equality.
Motifs. Gothic details, Small-town life
Symbols. Mockingbirds, boo Radley
TIme Period? 1930's
Significance. To show the destruction of good by evil.
Created by: audiegayle