Final Project

Atticus Finch is portrayed in these images as very serious.

Atticus Finch is portrayed in these images as very serious.

These are some words that describe Atticus in the novel. Intelligent, Thoughtful, Courageous, Determined and Fair.

These are some words that describe Atticus in the novel. Intelligent, Thoughtful, Courageous, Determined and Fair.

Tom Robinson said the these quote when he was in the court house. He was trying to explain his case, Tom wasn't even able to rape Mayella.

Tom Robinson said the these quote when he was in the court house. He was trying to explain his case, Tom wasn’t even able to rape Mayella.

This is Tom Robinson in the courthouse.

This is Tom Robinson in the courthouse.

Some words that describe Tom Robinson. Kind, Honest, Loyal, Trustworthy, Kind hearted and Well liked.

Some words that describe Tom Robinson. Kind, Honest, Loyal, Trustworthy, Kind hearted and Well liked.

This is Jem looking very kind.

This is Jem looking very kind.

These are some words that go well to explain the qualties that Jem have. Very nice and respectful, Loving, Smart, Well Behaved and Brave.

These are some words that go well to explain the qualties that Jem have. Very nice and respectful, Loving, Smart, Well Behaved and Brave.

When Dill Harris says these quotes it just goes to show the personality that he has. Very goofy also kind and well liked.

When Dill Harris says these quotes it just goes to show the personality that he has. Very goofy also kind and well liked.

Some Words to describe Dill are Brave, Intelligent, Outgoing, Fun and Well- liked.

Some Words to describe Dill are Brave, Intelligent, Outgoing, Fun and Well- liked.

Maudie says these quotes show how smart and well spoken she is.

Maudie says these quotes show how smart and well spoken she is.

Some words that go well to describe Miss. Maudie  are Strong Willed, Protective (motherly), Very Proper, Welcoming (Kind) and Welcoming.

Some words that go well to describe Miss. Maudie are Strong Willed, Protective (motherly), Very Proper, Welcoming (Kind) and Welcoming.

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