To Kill A Mockingbird 13 Coming of Age

What is innocence and how is it related to ignorance? We know the answer to this one: they both start with an I. ...Right? 

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LiteratureTo Kill A Mockingbird

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but they're adults they should know better so it's through

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scout that we kind of are able to see that

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this's how you are when you're born you say oh

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i don't know any better but i i do know

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i am gonna question it because it doesn't why's this

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why's that she's always asking but then you know as

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you get older you do learn things and so these

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people should have learned that what is happening is wrong

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and they still have not and it's because they're a

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product of their society at a kiss also knows what's

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going on but he doesn't get riled up about it

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So we see the innocents scout getting riled up about

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everything and whether this is ah product of her youth

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or her personality When things happen with atticus for example

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tom robinson is declared guilty and all he does is

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say well let's just wait For the appeal he walks

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out of the courtroom You know they stand up He

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doesn't make a fuss he's not appalled because if he

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was expecting it whether that's a good thing or a

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bad thing that he you know should he have stood

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up and thought more maybe but he kind of is

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expecting it So keys I guess more of a jaded

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character where we have you know the youthful innocence of

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scout We have you know the jaded cynicism of atticus

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where he does everything right But he just knows that

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that what he's doing isn't enough and it just never

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will be What is innocents And how is it related 00:01:47.171 --> [endTime] to ignorant Who in the novelist innocents and won