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To Kill A Mockingbird - Figurative Language

Skyler Roach

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Across
3.“Just as the birds know where to go when it rains, I knew when there was trouble in our street.” (pg 68-69)
5."A pocket of Merlin."
7."Courage is a man with a gun in his hands."(pg 116)
8.“Sh-h. Nothing new, just the usual. Hush now.” (pg 202)
9."He was trying to get Miss. Maudie's goat!" (pg 44)
10.Saying that blaming Jem for Mr. Ewell's death would be something like shooting a mockingbird.(pg 276)
Down
1."The old house was the same, droopy and sick." (pg 15)
2."Smoke was rolling off our house and Miss Rachel's house like fog off a riverbank." (pg 70)
4."The world's ending Atticus." (pg 64)
6.The way the mockingbird symbolized innocence. (all throughout the book.)

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