to kill a mockingbird

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When one would think of the two books Animal Farm, and To Kill a Mockingbird they would think there would not be many similarities, but there actually are. The way there are similarities is because of the themes in the books, loss of innocence. In To Kill a Mockingbird Scout and Jem are the ones who really experience loss of innocence. In To Kill a Mockingbird there are many instances of losing one’s innocence because of Scout and Jem. These two young kids don’t really have a care in the world and they think nothing bad will ever happen but these two don’t have a good enough grasp of how the real world really is yet. Since Jem is a couple years older than Scout he understands most things better than she does just because he’s been exposed to the world a little more than Scout has. During the story of To Kill a Mockingbird these two young kids start viewing everything slightly different in their small county called Maycomb such as how they view their father, racism, Boo Radley, and the people in the place they live. When Scout and Jem heard about the case their father had taken they...

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