“To Kill a Mockingbird” describes a tragic incident of rape and racial inequality, but it is also known for the warmth and humour that the author has added so skillfully to the novel.
Atticus Finch is the protagonist of the novel. He happens to be the narrator’s father. It is generally concluded that Atticus Finch is the most enduring fictional image of racial heroism, serving as a moral hero for millions of readers. He is also said to have become a role model of integrity for lawyers across the world.
Summarized & Analyzed "To Kill a Mockingbird"
Chapter One: Introduction
Chapter Two: Plot Overview
Chapter Three: Major Characters
Chapter Four: Complete Summary
Chapter Five: Critical Analysis