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Why does Atticus say, Its a sin to kill a mockingbird?



A. It is against the law in Maycomb.
B. Because they cause no harm and do nothing except give joy to people with their singing.
C. He is an animal activist.
D. Because in the Bible it says it is a sin to harm another creature and Atticus is a very religious man.

This question is part of To Kill a Mockingbird Chapters 6-11 Quiz
Asked by Mrsanderson, Last updated: Jul 04, 2020

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Answered Apr 26, 2018

Because they cause no harm and do nothing except give joy to people with their singing.
 

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