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AP Open essay Prep

Narrator and Protagonist who has extreme faith in the goodness of the people in her community. Jean Louise "Scout" Finch
Father of Scout and a lawyer Atticus Finch
Typical American boy and Scout's brother. He moves into adolescence by the end of the story. Jeremy Atticus "Jem" Finch
A recluse whonever sets foot outside his house. Arthur "Boo" Radley
A drunk unemployed member of the poorest family of Maycomb. Bob Ewell
Jem and Scout's summer neighbor. He has an active imagination and represents childhood innocence. Charels Baker "Dill" Harris
To Kill A Mockingbird? Harper Lee/1960
The Finches cook and stern disciplinarian. Calpurnia
Atticus' sister the perfect southern lady Aunt Alexandria
Daughter of a poor farmer who is abused lonely and unhappy. She indicted Tom Robinson Mayella Ewell
The Most important theme in "To Kill a Mockingbird" The coexistence of good and evil
The importance of moral education and the existance of social inequality. secondary themes.
The sheriff of Maycomb and major witness at Tom Robinson's trial. Heck Tate
The publisher of Maycomb's newspaper Mr.Underwood
An elderly ill-tempered racist woman who battles a morphine addiction Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose