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TO KILL A MOCKING BIRD Part 2:Complete Analysis and Review

Mr. Boo Bradley became a friend of Scout and Jim. Mr. Atticus also began enjoying the company of Mr. Boo. The negative image of Mr. Boo in the eyes of people vanished and they soon realized that what they thought of him was wrong. Scout promoted socialism in Mr Boo and they began to spend their lives happily. There was a man named Jhonny who was jealoused of Mr. Boo. Johnny had a very bad image of Mr Boo and always made attempts in making him a guilty one but always failed. Sometimes he told false stories and used to say that it was said by Boo. Mr. Boo inspire of knowing all about Jhonny ignored everything. One day Jhonny was going somewhere and as said by Jhonny on his way he saw that a man murdered a young boy. Jhonny ran towards the man but he ran. Jhonny was found with the dead body and was considered the guilty one. He tried his best to prove that he wasn’t behind the murder and he only went after the killer but no one believed him and Jhonny was sent to jail. Mr. Boo on hearing the news became very upset and decided to help Jhonny. Scout and Jim refused to help but Mr. Boo told them that they should help him for the sake of humanity. He said that they will be rewarded at the end. Hence both the children were convinced and they all decided to save Jhonny. Mr. Boo Radley thought that there must be some evidence left behind the murder so he with the two children arrives at the spot of murder and finds a napkin there. The napkin was having blood on it and though not clearly visible there was a name written on the napkin EMMY. Mr. Boo Radley took the evidence and went to the police station and finally Jhonny was out of jail and Emmy in the jail. Emmy tried his best to prove himself the innocent one but all in vain. Jhonny was so happy and a bit thankful to Mr. Boo yet he didn’t consider him his friend. Mr. Atticus was again assigned the duty and this time he was supporting Emmy because being  a lawyer he knew that there was some secret behind the happening. Jhonny looked very happy and satisfied because he knew that there was no evidence which can proove him wrong. One day Jhonny was sitting alone and enjoying drink when Jim arrived. Jim remained hidden from Jhonny and heard that Jhonny was saying to himself hahahah stupid Emmy finally defeated. He is taught a good lesson. My innocence saved me from declaring me the evil though I murdered the boy. Now Emmy would come to know who I am. Jim on hearing all this was shocked and recorded the voice of Jhonny. On the day of hearing Jim arrived with his recording and proved that Emmy was innocent and Jhonny was the real murderer. Jhonny was thrown to jail for life time. Emmy was so thankful to Jim and told that Jhonny tried to take revenge from him that’s why he did all this. Mr. Atticus told everyone that everything should be tackled effectively and efficiently. He said that he judged Jhonny in the first sight when he was making attempts in proving Mr. Boo a bad man. He said that Jhonny was a very clever boy. He told his children that what we think about the world is not always right. All those who pretend to be innocent are the actual criminals.

Moral

Evil things never remain hidden forever and are taught a good lesson.

Author :Center for Recent Innovations - European Union
Pulished date: 04-16-16
Pulisher:
Springer with the Collaboration of LearnRnd
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