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Birds - Symbols of Freedom and Peace

Birds - Symbols of Freedom and Peace

  • Submitted By: taylors
  • Date Submitted: 12/14/2008 8:52 PM
  • Category: Book Reports
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Birds are often the symbol of freedom and peace in literature. Birds are very majestic, beautiful, and whimsical animals. There are thousands of different colors and breeds of birds living all across the globe. There is a particular bird that lives in the south of the United States called the mocking bird. These birds are known for mimicking the sounds of amphibian and insects sounds as well as other bird sounds but louder and more rapid. There about 17 different species of mocking birds. The mocking bird is very much similar to a character named Boo Radley in a book called To kill a Mocking Bird by Harper Lee .
Boo Radley is a seventeen year old hermit that hasn’t set foot outside of his house in many years due to his crazy father (who is deceased). He also has a crazy older brother named Nathan. Boo is similar to the mocking bird in a way because you always here about him and never seem because he has been locked up in his house for such a long time and everyone is always very curious to why he is always in his house. An example of everyone being curious of him is when scout asks "You reckon he's crazy?" Miss Maudie shook her head." "If he's not he should be by now. The things that happen to people we really never know. What happens in households behind closed doors,..”
(pg 51).Birds are often the symbol of freedom and peace in literature. Birds are very majestic, beautiful, and whimsical animals. There are thousands of different colors and breeds of birds living all across the globe. There is a particular bird that lives in the south of the United States called the mocking bird. These birds are known for mimicking the sounds of amphibian and insects sounds as well as other bird sounds but louder and more rapid. There about 17 different species of mocking birds. The mocking bird is very much similar to a character named Boo Radley in a book called To kill a Mocking Bird by Harper Lee .
Boo Radley is a seventeen year old hermit that hasn’t set foot outside...

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