To kill a mockingbird by harper lee is a classic tale of alabama in the 1930s and two childrens encounters with an outcast named boo radleythe kids must deal with racial issues when their attorney father defends a black man accused of raping a white woman. The title of lees book is alluded to when atticus gives his children air rifles and tells them that they can shoot all the bluejays they want but its a sin to kill a mockingbird at the end of the novel scout likens the sin of naming boo as bob ewells killer to shootin a mockingbird. Our reading guide for to kill a mockingbird by harper lee includes a book club discussion guide book review plot summary synopsis and author bio to kill a mockingbird lee litlovers home. To kill a mockingbird explores the questions of innocence and harsh experience good and evil from several different angles tom robinsons trial explores these ideas by examining the evil of racial prejudice its ability to poison an otherwise admirable southern town and destroy an innocent man and its effect on young jem and scout. Planet book club offers a lesson plan for the novel to kill a mockingbird by harper lee this site provides further materials for the discussion the following sites can be used to support and enrich the book club unit for to kill a mockingbird by harper lee big theme questions
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