To Kill a Mockingbird

What was the outcome of the story To Kill a Mockingbird?


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2011-12-28 09:29:24
2011-12-28 09:29:24

In the novel, "To Kill a Mockingbird" there are several protagonists: Scout Finch (the main narrator of the story), Jem Finch (the older brother of the narrator), Atticus Finch who is the lawyer for the man accused of rape, Tom Robinson. The novel takes place during the Great Depression years (about three years).

I suggest you read the novel if you want a better understanding. It's that simple. If you cannot understand the book and its outcome then I would also like to suggest that you should probably join a book club or ask anyone who has read the book before. If you do not want to do either of those there are some sites that will give you an overall summary.
Atticus Finch loses his case protecting Tom Robinson, who is shot in prison. The excuse for his death is that he attempted to escape, though there's speculation as to whether or not he DID attempt fleeing.

Arthur Radley saves Atticus's two children from an attack from Bob Ewell, who tried to harm them with a knife on their way home at night. Jeremy (or "Jem") was hurt, unconcious, and brought home by Arthur. He was tended to by a doctor, and wasn't critically hurt.

Bob Ewell was killed by a kitchen knife, either by Jem or Arthur. The story doesn't make it clear which, but the town's Sheriff decided to overlook it, and simply say that Bob fell on his knife when he was tripped.

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