To Kill a Mockingbird

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To Kill a Mockingbird by Mind Map: To Kill a Mockingbird

1. Positive: To do things for the good of someone else

2. Courage

2.1. Characters who demonstrate this theme

2.1.1. Jem

2.1.1.1. Bob Ewell's attack- protects Scout

2.1.1.2. Goes to Boo Radley's house on the dare

2.1.2. Atticus

2.1.2.1. Defends Tom Robninson even knowing he would lose

2.1.2.2. Sits outside Maycomb jail to protect Tom

2.1.2.3. Shoots the rabid dog

2.1.3. Bob Ewell

2.1.3.1. Robs Judge Taylor

2.1.3.2. Attacks Atticus's children

2.1.3.3. Threatened Helen Robinson

2.1.4. Boo Radley

2.1.4.1. Comes out of his house to save Jem & Scout

2.1.5. Mrs. Dubose

2.1.5.1. Beats addiction

2.1.6. The people of Maycomb

2.1.6.1. They save Miss Maudie's belongings

2.1.7. Aunt Alexandra

2.1.7.1. Changes her prejudiced ways

2.1.7.2. Let's Calpurnia stay

2.1.7.3. Takes care of 2 kids not her own

2.1.8. Dill

2.1.8.1. Runs away from home

2.2. Definitions of this theme

2.2.1. Can be stupid or overconfident: Ignorant and arrogant

2.3. Examples of this theme in the book

3. Inequality

3.1. Examples of this theme in the book

3.2. Definitions of this theme

3.3. Characters who demonstrate this theme

3.3.1. Actions demonstrating this theme

4. Tolerance

4.1. Examples of this theme in the book

4.2. Definitions of this theme

4.3. Characters who demonstrate this theme

4.3.1. Actions demonstrating this theme

5. Developing Empathy

5.1. Characters who demonstrate this theme

5.1.1. Actions demonstrating this theme

5.2. Definitions of this theme

5.3. Examples of this theme in the book

6. The Mockingbird

6.1. Characters who demonstrate this theme

6.1.1. Actions demonstrating this theme

6.2. Definitions of this theme

6.3. Examples of this theme in the book

7. Prejudice

7.1. Characters who demonstrate this theme

7.1.1. Actions demonstrating this theme

7.2. Definitions of this theme

7.3. Examples of this theme in the book

8. The Legal System

8.1. Examples of this theme in the book

8.2. Definitions of this theme

8.3. Characters who demonstrate this theme

8.3.1. Actions demonstrating this theme

9. The Education System

9.1. Characters who demonstrate this theme

9.1.1. Miss Caroline

9.1.1.1. Is undertrained for reality

9.1.1.2. Wants to do her best, but is awful

9.1.1.3. Cannot handle independent thought

9.2. Definitions of this theme

9.3. Examples of this theme in the book