The story is narrated by a young girl named Jean Louise Finch, who is almost always called by her nickname, Scout. Scout starts to explain the circumstances that led to the broken arm that her older brother, Jem, sustained many years ago, she begins by recounting her family history. The first of his ancestors to come to America was a fur trader and apothecary named Simon Finch, who fled England to escape religious persecution and established a successful farm on the banks of the Alabama River. The farm, called Finch’s Landing, with the support of the family for many years. The first Finches to make a living off the farm were Scout’s father, Atticus Finch, who became a lawyer in the nearby town of Maycomb, and his brother, Jack Finch, who went to medical school in Boston. His sister, Alexandra Finch, stayed to run the landing.
To Kill a Mockingbird – Analysis: Chapters 4-6.
To Kill a Mockingbird – Summary Chapters 4-6.
Summary and analysis of Chapters two and three.
An essay exploring the them of "hypocrisy" in the book "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee.
The theme of justice related to Scout’s dealings with Calpurnia.