What does Atticus shooting Tim Johnson symbolize? – The town is symbolized by Tim throughout the novel because most of the people in Maycomb are responsible for prejudice and when they get together act like a mad dog. When the Sheriff asks Atticus to shoot Tim this refers to the fact that Atticus is the only one that can “save the town” from racism and prejudice.
What does the Mad dog symbolize? – Lee’s intended symbolism is obvious: the mad dog represents institutional racism that has unfairly accused a handicapped black man of raping a white woman. After killing the dog, Finch warns his young son, Jem: “Don’t you go near that dog, you understand? Don’t go near him, he’s just as dangerous dead as alive.”
What does Atticus symbolize? – Atticus represents morality and reason in To Kill a Mockingbird. As a character, Atticus is even-handed throughout the story. He is one of the very few characters who never has to rethink his position on an issue.
What does Atticus dropping his glasses symbolize? – In Harper Lee’s classic novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus’ glasses symbolize his power to see things from a different perspective. Unlike the typical Maycombian, Atticus knows that racial boundaries and stubbornness cannot carry on the developing world.
What does the tree by the Radley house symbolize? – The tree beside the Radley Place represents Boo’s character and his desire to communicate. The children acknowledge this in their letter to him: Dear Sir … we appreciate everything which you have put into the tree for us (Chapter 7, p. 68).
What does Miss Maudie’s garden symbolize? – Miss Maudie’s Nut Grass The nut grass that Miss Maudie strives to eliminate from her garden symbolizes the rampant racism in Maycomb County, as well as the whispers, rumors and gossip that spread so quickly throughout the community.
What do Miss Maudie flowers symbolize? – In To Kill a Mockingbird, Mrs. Dubose has a bush of camellias in her yard. These flowers represent racism and prejudice towards black people in Macomb County. She refers to her flowers as “Snow-on-the-Mountain” that have white petals.
How does the shooting of the rabid dog show Atticus Mockingbird tendencies? – Atticus saves the people from rabies, and later he shows them that racism is evil to its core. Killing the dog symbolizes killing racism.
Why does Atticus only shoot in an emergency? – He will only shoot in an emergency because he fells when he has a gun god gave him an unfair advantage . He is a modest and gentle person. Why does Jem no longer care if Atticus has any special talents?
Why is Atticus called One-Shot Finch? – He concentrates on it and with swift precision, ‘One shot Finch’ shoots the infected animal and prevents It from infecting others.
What does Miss Maudie say is the reason that Atticus gave up shooting? – According to Miss Maudie, why did Atticus give up shooting? How does this explanation seem to fit with what you’ve seen of his character up until now? Atticus gave up shooting because he realized that God had given him an unfair advantage over most living things.