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to kill a mockingbird

Explain how the plots of Tom Robinson and Boo Radley are related in To Kill a Mockingbird?


In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, both Tom Robinson and Boo Radley are imprisoned for crimes they have not committed but for which most of the town believes they are deserving. Tom, a black man, is believed guilty because Bob Ewell, a white man, accuses him of raping his daughter; and in 1930s Maycomb, the word of a white man always takes precedent over that of a black man. Boo Radley is relegated to a life of seclusion within his own house thanks to his father, who decides that this is better for his son than a reform school or mental hospital. Despite the minimal nature of his crime, he is serving a life sentence nonetheless. The two plots of TKAM--Jem and Scout's attempts to get a glimpse of Boo, and the Tom Robinson trial--come together in the final chapters when Bob Ewell attacks the Finch children (in retribution for Atticus Finch's strong cross-examination) and Boo comes to their rescue. At last, Scout sees Boo, and Tom Robinson's accuser is killed.

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