The main justice issue in the novel is racism against black people and the main victim of this injustice is Tom Robinson. The Ewell family are also victimized by the people of Maycomb and are considered white trash. Boo Radley is a victim of rumours and also suffers from the pressure of the Maycomb community.
Dill Written by Daelin, Eli, Michael, Riley, Anonymous Though Dill is not the most prominent character in the book, To Kill a Mockingbird, he is one of the most interesting characters in the whole novel. When we are first introduced to Dill, he is a kid without a father who befriends Jem and Scout.
Right away we learn more about Dill, and find out that he has many interesting traits. Throughout the course of the book, we see Dill go through a major change, and learn about Dill in terms of conflict.
All of this information shows that Dill is a dynamic character who is adventurous, humorous, diverse, and a trouble-maker. Examples of how Dill is a dynamic character are as follows; at the beginning, Dill tells Jem and Scout that Description of maycomb does not have a father.
This shows that Dill perhaps thought that his father was better than Atticus, by bragging about him. This, in turn, shows that Dill has pride in Description of maycomb father.
Later in the book, Dill decides to run away, to Maycomb. There he tells Jem and Scout that his parents hated him.
Dill goes on to explain how his parents never wanted to spend time with him. This change of thought that Dill goes through makes him a dynamic character.
However, there are still many characteristics of his that remain constant throughout the book. Dill is an adventurous, humorous, and diverse character.
When we are introduced to him, he immediately shows characteristics that stand out and stick with him throughout the book.
Dill goes on to say how he is seven years old, and that he is little for his age. He also states how people call him Dill, he is from Median, Mississippi, and he had seen "Dracula". From this information, it is obvious that Dill is a diverse character, having many unique traits.
From this, the inference could be made that Dill is humorous. When Jem and Scout tell Dill about Boo Radley, he immediately jumps at the opportunity to try and see him. This could lead a reader to believe that Dill is an adventurous character. From these inferences, it is clear that Dill is an adventurous, humorous, and diverse character.
In terms of conflict, Dill is a trouble-maker, but the trouble he makes is due to the fact that Dill is a dynamic character and he is unhappy with his fate. Dill reveals to Jem and Scout that he has run away from his parents, craving attention, and angry with his father He says his parents do not like him, as shown in this passage, "Refreshed by food, Dill recited his narrative: Dill worked himself free by pulling the chains from the wall" The inference could be made that Dill is unhappy with his fate.
As previously explained, Dill went through a change of admiring, then not liking his father. He feels neglected by his father, so it is obvious that Dill is unhappy at this point of the book.
Another inference could be made that Dill enjoys making trouble. Dill tells Scout later that the story he told was highly exaggerated. By running away to Maycomb just because he craved attention from his father, and then glorifying the tale could lead a reader to believe that Dill likes to cause trouble.
From these inferences, a claim can be made that Dill is a trouble-maker who is unhappy with his change of fate. All of this evidence supports our original thesis, which was that Dill is a dynamic character who is adventurous, humorous, diverse, and a trouble-maker.This quotation, from Chapter 1, is Scout’s introductory description of Maycomb.
Scout emphasizes the slow pace, Alabama heat, and old-fashioned values of the town, in which men wear shirt collars, ladies use talcum powder, and the streets are not paved, turning to “red slop” in the rain.
To Kill a Mockingbird takes place in the fictional small Southern town of Maycomb in the s (Tom's trial takes place in ). Slavery and the Civil War of the s still loom large in the rearview mirror, but the civil rights movement of the s and '60s is just a wee little speck on the horizon. Quote 17, "Maycomb's Ewells lived behind the town garbage dump in what was once a Negro cabin" This quotes is excellent to show social class.
Every one with good money incomes in Maycomb lived in the town or in a clean and social area. To Kill a Mockingbird: Discrimination Against Race, Gender, and Class Scout and Jem sit with their father, Atticus. Harper Lee’s classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird centers on a young girl named Jean Louise “Scout” Finch.
Her father Atticus Fincher, a lawyer, takes a case to defend a black man accused of raping a white woman.
To Kill A Mockingbird Wiki is a FANDOM Books Community. View Mobile Site Xavier Magneto X-Men Magneto X-Men. Later, Dill arrives in Maycomb and tells Jem and Scout that he had seen his father, “Dill’s father was taller than ours, he had a black beard (pointed), and was president of the L & N Railroad” (Lee 36).