What Is the Resolution of to Kill a Mockingbird?

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The resolution to the Story To Kill a Mockingbird, is after the jury ruled against Tom. Atticus points out that although the status quo won, at least one white man in the jury fought for the innocence of Tom Robinson. This, in itself, is the start of change.
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First, keep in mind that the resolution in a story line is the way in which the conflict (or main problem) is solved, or resolved. To Kill a Mockingbird is a long and complex novel
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at the end of the book, Bob Ewell tries to kill Jem and Scout out of revenge and Boo comes out of the Radley house and saves them by killing Bob. Mr Tate and Atticus don't want to
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Ewell attacks the children as they walk home from a
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Well, the ending is that Scout realizes that what she did to Boo Radley wasn't right. She shouldn't have tried to make him leave his house because it was his choice. BK.
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