Saturday, 16 April 2011

2 of 6

This is the 2nd of my series of final images, based around 'To Kill A Mockingbird'. It captures the way Atticus's children look at Tom Robinson, with nothing but sympathy, and confusion as to why he is being persecuted the way he is. After Atticus had told them of his innocence, the idea of Robinson's guilt does not enter their mind; and therefore, despite the severity of the accusation and the contrasting opinion of the majority of the town, they have nothing but respect for him and the ordeal he is going through.

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