TKAM Comic


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Storyboard Text

  • The major conflict in TKAM is racism. The main idea of racism is shown throughout the story starting with Boo Radley and the Tom Robinson trial. Many white people throughout the whole story mistreated blacks and had the wrong view on them, and the trial cleared that all up.
  • To Kill A Mockingbird Conflict:
  • In the summer of 1930, a boy named Dill came to Maycomb, Alabama and became friends with Scout and Jem Finch. All summer long they bothered their neighbor, Boo Radley, and based all their games around him because he has never left his house.
  • Exposition
  • Atticus, Jem and Scout's father, was a lawyer and his new client was a black man named Tom Robinson. He was accused of raping a white teenager. Kids teased Jem and Scout about this, and the people in Macomb thought it was a bad idea that Atticus was defending Tom. One night, Atticus visited the jail to see Tom Robinson, and Scout ended up making things awkward for the men with Atticus by asking weird questions.
  • Rising Action
  • Tom Robinson's trial came and almost everyone in the town came to witness it. The teenager that was "raped" gave false testimony and so did her father, Bob Ewell. Tom then accidentally said that he felt bad for her and everything went downhill from there. Dill also ran away from his family to stay with the Finch family because his mother and father were not paying any attention to him.
  • Climax
  • After the trial, Bob Ewell spit tobacco in Atticus's face and attacked Jem and Scout. Also, Tom Robinson escaped from jail and was shot multiple times by the police and died. Shortly after this, Bob Ewell was found dead under the tree where he attacked the Finch children.
  • Falling Action
  • Resolution
  • Bob Ewell and Tom Robinson are both dead at the end of the story. Dill also ran back to his mother. Scout and Jem learned more about Boo Radley and that he has done a lot for them.
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