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What are the names of Atticus' two children? Jem and Scout
Who is the author of To Kill A Mockingbird? Harper Lee
When was To Kill A Mockingbird published? 1960
What is the theme of To Kill A Mockingbird? 1.Growing up destroys innocence, which is why Scout is one of the only characters that still sees the good in people. 2.It is important to educate children and treat them as equals to adults. 3.Social inequalities cause discrimination.
How does the title of the novel relate to the theme? Mockingbirds are innocent, therefore to kill one would be killing innocence, just as the evils in the novel kill the innocence of the children.
Which character is never seen in the beginning, but is always talked about? Arthur "Boo" Radley
Who keeps leaving items in the knothole in the tree for Jem and Scout? Boo Radley
Who is the narrator of the story? Scout
What is the tone of the novel? (It changes from beginning to end) Starts off as childlike and humorous, progresses to dark and critical of society.
Where does the story take place? Maycomb, Alabama
Is Tom Robinson found guilty or innocent? Guilty
Who stabs Bob Ewell? Boo Radley
What does the novel begin and end with? Jem breaking his arm
Who sparks Jem and Scout's curiosity with Boo Radley? Dill
In what time period does To Kill A Mockingbird take place? 1933-1935
What happens to Tom Robinson? He is shot while trying to escape from prison.
How is Atticus different from most fathers? He treats his children like adults.
Created by: Brandi.Chappell