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Characters: to kill a mockingbird jean louise finch: the adult scout, jean louise narrates by telling the story of young scout and the summer of 1935 in. To kill a mockingbird approximate runtime: two hours and 40 minutes including intermission festival theatre may 4 – november 8 opens june 2. To kill a mockingbird the title refers to the fact that people in the south consider it a sin to kill mockingbirds because (page 96) ' mockingsbirds do not one thing.
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