At the end of the book, Scout says that telling people Boo Radley committed the murder would have been "sort of like shootin' a mockingbird." What does that mean?
In the last few lines of To Kill a Mockingbird, Scout says, "He was real nice..." and Atticus replies, "Most people are, Scout, when you finally see them." Do you agree that most people in the novel are nice after they're "seen?" How is Atticus able to see the good side of people despite all he has experienced?
Why is it a sin to kill a mocking bird? How does this apply to the novel? How does this apply to the world?(be specific)
What are your group’s final thoughts about the novel? Did you enjoy it or not? Why? (Be sure to be specific about which portions)