To Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee. Describe How The Title Relates To The Narrative? Describe How The Title Relates To Adversity And Challenge? What Adversities Befall Scout?

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A mockingbird is a symbol of innocence. IN the title to kill a mockingbird, the mockingbird represents the black man who is wrongly charged with rape. He was innocent. He is murdered in this book, which relates specifically to this title. He was the mockingbird and he was killed.This title also relates to the area of adversity and challenge because it is an adversity to kill a something innocent, which is what a mockingbird represents, innocence. The way the tittle is written suggests that the book is also about the consequences of killing a mockingbird. The consequences of killing anything so innocent that it can be symbolised as a mockingbird would have challenging consequences for example, dealing with the guilt. This is how the title relates to challenge.The adversities that befall the Scout, the protagonist, are:· Having to grow up without a mother. Her mother died when scout was so young that now scout can't even remember her.· Growing up in a t...

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