To Kill A MockingBird
By hdog98, Updated
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An important scene in the beginning would be the scene where the children are trying to interact with Boo Radley. This is an important scene because it gives the reader an idea of what the two characters (Scout and Jem) are like. It also introduces the mysterious character Boo Radley who plays a big part in the story later on.
The climax in this story would be the trial of Tom Robinson in court. Atticus' case is built up throughout the whole story so when we finally get to the court scene, we expect an conclusion where Tom Robinson is found innocent. Unfortunately Atticus looses the case even though he had proof of Tom's innocence and this reveals how hard it is for colored people to live in this time period.
In the closing scene, Atticus sits next to the recovering Jem and tells a story to his daughter Scout. It closes out with Atticus reminding Scout that all people are nice, when you finally see them.
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