To Kill a Mockingbird summary and analysis

To Kill a Mockingbird summary and analysis To Kill a Mockingbird Introduction Major Characters Analysis of Major Characters Theme Motifs and Symbols Summary from Chapter to Analysis of all Chapters

  • Title: To Kill a Mockingbird summary and analysis
  • Author: Raja Sharma
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 474
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • To Kill a Mockingbird Introduction Major Characters Analysis of Major Characters Theme, Motifs, and Symbols Summary from Chapter 1 to 28 Analysis of all Chapters

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    2. Journal 1:Chapter 1: Vocabulary:- assuage: to make an unpleasant feeling less painful or severe- malevolent: an malevolent person wants to harm other people. Question 1: In the beginning of the book, the author describes the broken arm event of Jem through Scout's narrative voice "When he was nearly thirteen, my brother Jem got his arm badly broken at the elbow." Next, Scout gradually narrated about her family's history "Being Southeners, it was a source of shame to some members of the family th [...]

    3. I read To Kill a Mockingbird sometime in middle school. It is pretty fuzzy as to exactly when. I remember reading the book because I had to for class, and I quickly forgot about it after I finished. I enjoyed the second read much better, but I still find that the language can turn many students off to reading it without the help of an educator.I do enjoy the perspective of Scout. It is not often you find a book that tells a story from the point of view of a young girl - especially when the scene [...]

    4. In “To Kill a Mockingbird” written by Harper Lee, what I learned from this book was that Tom Robinson was an African American and supposedly was blamed for rapping Mayella Ewell. She took advantage of blaming Tom because Tom was colored and she was white. Mayella was a very poor and a lonely girl that she didn’t have friends. Bob Ewell is the father of Mayella and he is an alcoholic person. The reason that Tom was blamed was that Mayella told Tom that her door was not well fix and Tom didn [...]

    5. This is my most favorite book in the world.I can read it over and over-with a dictionary beside me!Sure the language and words can stump you,but that's how books were written then.I agree with the people saying that the narrator,a little girl named Scout,has a vocabulary that's a little too advanced for her.But I still love it.It goes from the children being obessessed with a strange neighbor named Boo Radley,to a trial declaring that a hard working black man has raped a white woman,and then bac [...]

    6. To Kill a Mockingbird was a book that scholars should read. This book wasn’t one of my favorite because it took place back in the days. I found this book boring, but interesting. This book had to do with people blaming innocent people, racial discrimination, and crimes. I don’t like this kind of book, but when I read it I was okay I will keep on reading it a little bit more and I liked it, but not that much. It was also kind of hard to read, but I manage to read it clearly. My favorite part [...]

    7. i thought this book was really good. sometimes it was a little boring but other than that is was fabulous. i thought it was very sad when everyone was dying i really wanted to cry because different colored people shouldn't be treated like crap! it's just not ok! its crap! i really like books and to kill a mockingbird is one of them. i learned that no matter what happens in life you should always treat people with respect no matter what color they are they should always treat each other equally. [...]

    8. Read in High School but reading it again. It's amazing how much more you pick up on so many years later-MANY MANY years:)I remembered nothing!!! I don't think I actually read it all the way through in high school. What a great book:) Loved it!

    9. Donny, Age 15My favorite part was when Riley comes out at night and saves Scout and Jim. This part showed that Riley wasn't the bad person that everyone thought he was, and Scout is more mature about the things she hears.

    10. such a beautiful, sad story. i remember that it was not what i expected i remember it as part of my education about the extremes of human nature.

    11. Not too much Southern Lit from the point of view of a woman writing of her memories as a girl.

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