The mockingbirds you stole my love

  - Woodpeckers - downy, hairy, red-bellied, red-headed, northern flickers, and pileated;
  - Chickadees, tits, nuthatches, brown creepers, Carolina wrens, tufted titmouse,
     Eurasian bullfinch and starlings;
  - Wrens, warblers, thrushes, brown creepers, brown thrashers, robins, orioles, cardinals,
     northern mockingbirds, catbirds, black-headed grosbeak, blackbirds and blue jays.

Ironically, though Atticus is a heroic figure in the novel and a respected man in Maycomb, neither Jem nor Scout consciously idolizes him at the beginning of the novel. Both are embarrassed that he is older than other fathers and that he doesn’t hunt or fish. But Atticus’s wise parenting, which he sums up in Chapter 30 by saying, “Before Jem looks at anyone else he looks at me, and I’ve tried to live so I can look squarely back at him,” ultimately wins their respect. By the end of the novel, Jem, in particular, is fiercely devoted to Atticus (Scout, still a little girl, loves him uncritically). Though his children’s attitude toward him evolves, Atticus is characterized throughout the book by his absolute consistency. He stands rigidly committed to justice and thoughtfully willing to view matters from the perspectives of others. He does not develop in the novel but retains these qualities in equal measure, making him the novel’s moral guide and voice of conscience.

Foo Fighters ' frontman and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl has called The Winding Sheet "one of the best albums of all time" and has said that it was a huge influence on Nirvana's 1993 MTV Unplugged concert.

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