In To Kill a Mockingbird what does it mean to say that is it a sin to kill the mockingbird?
to kill a mockingbird
If you mean "TKM" that stands for To Kill A Mockingbird.
You probably mean To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
In To Kill a Mockingbird, the word morphodite is a mispronunciation of the word hermaphrodite, which means having both male and female characteristics.
there last name.
It means to write illegibly
to fight or to get into an arguement.
He is trying to explain to his children that it is not right to kill something that didn't do anything wrong. He is using the mockingbird to represent Tom Robinson.
THEY do nothing for a living
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It means something not literal.
it represents jem's childhood
Do you mean Ms. Maudie??
to be unemployed
Malignant does have any special meaning in "To Kill a Mockingbird" as opposed to its normal meaning. Malignant is really just a big word for "bad" or "acting in a bad way".
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They say its a "Sin" to kill a mockingbird because they don't do anything much to harm us or anything we do, and they make peaceful music for them also.
The book,'To Kill a Mockingbird' does not mean literally killing a Mockingbird, it is a metaphor for innocence. It is explained in the book that mockingbirds do not hurt anything and are innocent creatures. They should therefore not be shot at or killed. The symbolism there has to do with the race relations and loss of innocent life and innocence that the book addresses.
When was how to kill a mockingbird the book published a.) 1935-45 b.) 1945-55 c.) 1955-65 d.) 1965-75?
There is no book called "How To Kill A Mockingbird". You probably mean "To Kill A Mockingbird", which was published in 1960, and so would be c in your options.
It's a sin to kill a mockingbird. Back in the days where this story takes place, there were birds called mockingbirds, that made a happy bird call. One of the life lessons, is that it is wrong to hurt harmless creatures, like Tom Robinson, and Boo Radley. For more info, read the book. Its a very powerful book. "it's a sin to kill a mockingbird" It means that to kill a mockingbird is to kill… Read More
it means to defeat, or to beat
shes really mean
It Has To Deal With Someone Who Prepares And Sells Medicines.
Many elements of the novel are very metaphorical. In the book, a mockingbird is seen as a gentle, nice, creature that does nothing bad and isn't harmful at all. Tom Robinson, the man that Atticus Finch defends from the crime, is a mockingbird in that sense. He's innocent. He's done nothing wrong. So it demonstrates how wrong it would be to kill a mockingbird, to kill an innocent being. The mockingbird is a symblo of… Read More
The phrase To Kill a Mockingbird is used to say it is wrong to kill a man who is innocent and done nothing wrong. Mockingjays never cause harm and simply add to the beauty of nature. In the story, Tom Robinson never did anything wrong, and therefore, it would be wrong to kill him.
Bout can mean two things. It can be short for 'About' or can mean a fight.
It is not clear what you mean by "the reason of" a book. See the related questions.
Tan means to spank.
She means that People with "backrounds" are the colored folk. (:
I cant answer this question and I need help too!! PLEASE HELP.
The chief telephone operator (if that is who you mean) is Eula May.
I think it means quiet, maintaining silence equivalent to tacit
Calpurnia is the Finch's household cook and servent, if that's what you mean.
Do you mean Scout and Boo? if so the movie is "to kill a mockingbird"
The guy that is racist if that's what you mean is Bob Ewell not Boo Radley
I am not exactly sure what the question is. If you mean, is tom innocent, read the book!
It means she was worrying about something else
It means he looked thoughtful and engaged in deep or serious thought.
A man with physical bravery, not true courage
Wasn't it Mrs. Dubose? Yes i believe you are right... Sorry!!
She was the bravest person you have ever knew what does this quote mean in the book To Kill a Mockingbird?
she died alone with no one and she wanted to get over her addiction of morphine so atticus thinks shes the bravest person hes ever met, but do you know what the exzact quote said in to Kill a Mockingbird!
Symbolism is a literary technique. A symbol is something that represents something else. For example, in "To Kill a Mockingbird", a mockingbird symbolizes someone who does good things for other people, and does no wrong, but is still persecuted.
it meanst that atticus will tell them when they need to take action
Haint is a souhtern term for haunt used as a noun ie a ghost.
Because she missed her period. when scout said "you mean women in Alabama cant?!"
The mean old lady your referring to is Ms.Dubose who lives on the same street as The Finch's.
In the book To Kill A Mockingbird What does Scout mean when she says I knew he had come back to us
In To Kill A Mockingbird chapter 13 What does it mean when scout says the cousin Joshua went round the bend?
going a bit crazy.
read the book and found out lol i mean come on!
Depending on how you mean that, it was Atticus Finch in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. But if you want to be technical about it, he is telling a story about how his father said that to him. So you could reasonably say that his father said it, and he repeated it. Of course, Harper Lee, who wrote the novel, is the one who really said (or at least wrote) it.
Its actually a metaphor for a character in the book named Boo Radley, whom the book is based around. It is a metaphor in the way that Boo Radley wants to be alone, but help others, which is where the word mockingbird comes in. Then, in the end, Boo Rady kills Tom Robinson, hense the To Kill part.