TiaMclennan
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Mon Sep 10,2018 04:55 AM

Hi guys!
Follow up question from my last post, can anyone help me with my IOP? I want to focus on the symbol of the mockingbird in to kill a mocking bird but I’m having trouble actually understanding what its really about? Can anyone help me out??
(Please don’t reference to other sites - I’ve tried them all)






dapplestreak
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Joined: Sep 21,2018

Fri Sep 14,2018 12:48 AM

@If I remember correctly (it's been awhile), the mockingbird represents the black man (Tom...?), it is metaphorical. There's more to it, but that's the basis (that I can remember) Hopefully that helps, feel free to PM me if you need any further clarification.
dapplestreak
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Fri Sep 14,2018 12:49 AM

@***and it is metaphorical
martinagervasi
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Joined: Nov 16,2018

Mon Oct 15,2018 04:06 PM

Hey I studied tkam last year in class and our teacher told us a mockingbird represented an innocent good person that people demonized, like Arthur Radley. Hope this helped :)

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