To Kill a Mockingbird

Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird, published in the year of 1960, is the American classic novel awarded the Pulitzer Prize in fiction as well as the Brotherhood Award of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. The racism which is prevalent in many small American towns in the 1930s is illustrated with profound […]

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The differences between teh book of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ and the film

The film is similar to the book in some ways, and different in other ways. This is shown by all of the main characters, and there are contrasts throughout the trial. In the film, Atticus is portrayed as a much more calm person. He rests on the side of the witness box and keeps the […]

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To Kill a Mockingbird Chapter XXVIII

My essay is a description of how chapter XXVIII is presented in the novel and in the film. It is also a comparison of the success of each of them. This chapter or scene is after the trial which was a big event in the film or novel. Atticus, Scout’s and Jem’s father defended Tom […]

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Analyse and Compare the Portrayal of Prejudice In the Novel

To Kill a Mocking Bird is set in the Deep South, Alabama, during the years 1933 -1935. The social context of this period is the theme that pervades this novel and is important and relevant to almost everything that occurs. Farming states of the south were suffering drought and failing crops and there was poverty […]

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Lee’s to Kill a Mockingbird

In the following essay, Champion explicates the symbolic use of the terms “right” and “left” in To Kill a Mockingbird, arguing that “right” in the novel symbolizes virtue, while “left” symbolizes iniquity.] Throughout Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, besides the ordinary connotations of “right” and “left” as opposing spatial directions, the terms also work […]

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Atticus Finch as a Good Father

The love between a parent and their child is everlasting and ever-growing. Family is endless through good times and bad. To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, is about a white lawyer who is defending a black man being accused of raping a white female. The Finch family has to deal with the verbal abuse […]

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Setting in To Kill a Mockingbird

I’d like you to think about what makes To Kill a Mockingbird such a renowned literary work of art. What is it that the book exposes to the reader that makes the book so moving? The answer lies in the fact of early 20th century racism in the South. Every aspect of this book, as […]

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To Kill a Mocking Bird

Chapter 24, is the end of August, it started with Jem and Dill have gone swimming, because Jem discover that nobody had ever bothered to teach Dill how to swim, Jem considered that swimming is a skill necessary as walking, and wouldn’t let Scout come along because they were planning to skinny dip. Aunt Alexandra […]

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To Kill A Mockingbird

In Harper Lee’s novel To Kill A Mocking-Bird, the importance of understanding individual difference is shown in part one of the book. Showing us each character is different in there own way, shows individual difference through each character in the book. Some characters that show individual difference are Atticus, Boo Radley and Miss Maudie Atkinson. […]

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To Kill a Mockingbird

One’s skin colour should not affect the terms of justice. In Harper Lee’s book “To Kill a Mocking Bird” shows forms of injustice and discrimination at its very finest. Injustice is mainly shown within the terms of racism towards Tom Robinson and the rest of the black people in Maycomb. Discrimination appears in the novel […]

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