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BC: Summary In this book you will retrieve all your information from the perspective of a little girl named Scout. You will witness a series of interesting events in this book. Atticus gets him and his family in a tough spot, but there is nothing they can do other than hold their heads up high and ignore the vulgar statements and actions from people who oppose what they are doing for the opposite race. During this time blacks and whites were not fond of one another and were definitely not treated equal. If you were black you tend to stay around the blacks, if you were white you stayed with the whites, and if you were mixed you were on your own and put out into a world where you weren't accepted. Everything was highly unfair. The mixed were treated the worse because people thought since they were part of something they hated then they would have nothing to do with them . Although, Atticus taught his children to be respectful to all, no matter race or ethnicity. Them doing what they thought best they were to try and set things straight in this cruel world and help Atticus win the case that would turn all of Maycomb against them. | This book has showed me so much about why blacks and whites should always be treated the same. If it wasn't for this book I would have never found out how much people can care and not care. When you can sacrifice the love of your community to help one person that may not even win then you know your a better person than them. All the people in this book has made me understand how real world can be sometimes, it helped me realize the world will never change 100 percent. Lacey White 3rd period

FC: To Kill a Mockingbird Project

1: Table of contents Page 1: Summary Page 2: Analysis on Scout Page 3: Analysis on Jem Page 4: Analysis on Atticus Page 5: 3 quotes from the book Page 6: 3 qoutes from the book Page 7: Diary entry Page 8: Copy of lyrics and how it goes with the story

2: Summary In this book you will retrieve all your information from the perspective of a little girl named Scout. You will witness a series of interesting events in this book. Atticus gets him and his family in a tough spot, but there is nothing they can do other than hold their heads up high and ignore the vulgar statements and actions from people who oppose what they are doing for the opposite race. During this time blacks and whites were not fond of one another and were definitely not treated equal. If you were black you tend to stay around the blacks, if you were white you stayed with the whites, and if you were mixed you were on your own and put out into a world where you weren't accepted. Everything was highly unfair. The mixed were treated the worse because people thought since they were part of something they hated then they would have nothing to do with them . Although, Atticus taught his children to be respectful to all, no matter race or ethnicity. Them doing what they thought best they were to try and set things straight in this cruel world and help Atticus win the case that would turn all of Maycomb against them.

3: This analysis will be on Scout. Scout is the youngest of the two children. She sees things different from all of the other children. One thing she saw different was blacks and whites are the same and they should be treated the same. At first she was only spying on the Radley's. Then she moved on to finding out how to help Tom Robinson. She still wanted to find out about Boo Radley though. Scout know there were bigger problems to fix than the Radley's. So she took into action and attempted with all her might to help those in need.

4: This next analysis is on Jem. Jem is Scouts older brother. Well, Jem knows more about what is going on then Scout in the beginning. He seemed to want to help just as much as Scout. When Jem started to get older he started to take more responsibility. He really wanted to grow up and this was the only way assuming grown ups act very mature. When it came about the Tom Robinson case, this was when he knew he could show his grown up skills.

5: Now I am going to the las analysis. This one is on Atticus. The father of Jem and Scout. Atticus is a very loving father. He doesn't show his affection very much, but we know he loves his children. He is much older than most children's fathers so he is unable to do fun things that his children want like tackle football. He does a lot for his children, but in the end he has a feeling its not going to end well. He's the lawyer for an African American and he wants to win this case.

6: Jem stated in the book, "It ain't right" I find this small quote to have such a big meaning. Because this whole situation is not right. He knows it's not right and he wants to fix it. Jem ask "If he loses his appeal what will happen?" When he asks this one question it makes you wonder what kind of answer this child going to get. You already know Atticus is a guy who will tell you so you know his answer will leave Jem devastated. Mrs. Merriweather said, "There's one thing I truely believe, Gertrude, but some people just don't see it my way. If we just know we forgotten it, then this whole things'll blow over."

7: "They shot him." Said Atticus. This is a very important quote to me. This family has tried so hard to help him and save his life, but he was shot by a guard taking his life. You aren't starting that again" said Atticus. I found this quote to be important because just we you thought things were going to calm down they were still interested in Boo Radley. I thought everything was going to calm down since the whole Tom Robinson case was over. "Will you take me home?" Asked Boo Radley. I really like this quote in the book because after all this time they were scared of Boo he was just a grown up with a kids heart.

8: Dear diary, I feel that we aren't gonna win this here case. It is so stressful on me. I jus' don' understand how people can hate so much. Black folks are jus' like us aint they? If only we knew how ta get into these people dawgon minds. This is so to much for us to handle. I hope Atticus will find a way to win his trial. Sincerely, Scout

9: I found these lyrics to go very well with the theme of this book. The name of this song is Eyes Open by Taylor Swift. Here are my favorite lyrics of the song. Two steps ahead and staying on guard, Every lesson forms a new scar They never thought you'd make it this far But turn around Now they've surrounded you It's a showdown And nobody comes to save you now I found these lyrics to go very well because in the book they have to watch out for what people said and every time they did something there was a chance it would a scar on their life. People are also surrounding you with hate and all they need to do is keep their heads held high. This song really caught my eye because of how well it went with the book. http://www.metrolyrics.com/eyes-open-lyrics-taylor-swift.html

10: Heres the video of the song Eyes Open by Taylor Swift https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vShCqrZiK_0

11: Bibliography http://www.billdesowitz.com/?p=4044 http://www.nextmovie.com/blog/sexiest-movie-lawyers/ http://www.leofuchsarchives.com/to-kill-a-mockingbird/scout/2355121 http://www.fanpop.com/spots/to-kill-a-mockingbird/picks/results/206298/favorite-character

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