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

Positive: To do things for the good of someone else

Courage

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Jem, Bob Ewell's attack- protects Scout, Goes to Boo Radley's house on the dare

Atticus, Defends Tom Robninson even knowing he would lose, Sits outside Maycomb jail to protect Tom, Shoots the rabid dog

Bob Ewell, Robs Judge Taylor, Attacks Atticus's children, Threatened Helen Robinson

Boo Radley, Comes out of his house to save Jem & Scout

Mrs. Dubose, Beats addiction

The people of Maycomb, They save Miss Maudie's belongings

Aunt Alexandra, Changes her prejudiced ways, Let's Calpurnia stay, Takes care of 2 kids not her own

Dill, Runs away from home

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Can be stupid or overconfident: Ignorant and arrogant

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Inequality

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Tolerance

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Developing Empathy

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The Mockingbird

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Prejudice

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The Legal System

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The Education System

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Miss Caroline, Is undertrained for reality, Wants to do her best, but is awful, Cannot handle independent thought

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