Harper Lee masterly depicted the memories of a distant childhood full of joys, discoveries, and extraordinary incidents; a mysterious recluse who rescues two kids from the knife of the murderer, in the final; the school to which, in truth, children do not want to go; a strict aunt who unsuccessfully tries to instill the rules of good taste in the house; a stern but devoted black nanny who replaces the children's mother; endless games which are not approved by adults, night walks and shoots, comic adventures.
In various forms, all these images repeatedly appeared in American literature before, starting with the classics - stories about Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.
One summer season, Jem and Scout befriend a boy named Dill, who has come to stay of their neighborhood for the summer season, and the trio acts out tales collectively.
subsequently, Dill becomes keen on the spooky residence on their road referred to as the Radley region. Nathan Radley, whose brother, Arthur (nicknamed Boo), has lived there for years with out venturing out of doors.
Atticus’s sister, Alexandra, comes to live with the Finches the subsequent summer season.
Dill, who is supposed to stay along with his “new father” in another town, runs away and is derived to Maycomb.
Despite the verdict, Bob Ewell feels that Atticus and the decide have made a idiot out of him, and he vows revenge.
He menaces Tom Robinson’s widow, attempts to interrupt into the decide’s house, and ultimately assaults Jem and Scout as they stroll home from a Halloween celebration.
Jem and Scout, who have sneaked out of the house, soon be a part of him.
Scout recognizes one of the men, and her polite questioning approximately his son shames him into dispersing the mob.