To Kill A Mockingbird A Christmas Memory Analysis

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Have you ever wondered the difference between To Kill a Mockingbird and A Christmas memory."Atticus, you must be wrong...." "How's that?"
"Well, most folks seem to think they're right and you're wrong....
TKAM and ACM both go along to with the Great Depression. These stories are proving that kids had many different impacts on other ideas and they could change many things. In this you'll be reading about two stories that both have an impact that should hit you in the same sort of way. To Kill A Mockingbird is a novel about how maycomb Alabama boys get discriminated by a girl on a train saying she was raped. The 3 boys all got accused because they were black. A Christmas memory is a book about how a boy and his cousin remember sharing all sorts of memories together
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A similarity between To Kill a Mockingbird and the novel A Christmas memory. Both of these stories take place In the midst of winter. Quoting from the story A Christmas Memory. It's fruitcake weather Simply showing that it's the time of the year we share fruitcake with friends and family. These stories are also different in many ways like how a Christmas memory is showing how a young boy growing up with his cousin. Making many memories in the snow and making fruitcake. Another difference in these stories are when the one book is found and the other is flat. In these stories they're both taking place in winter. One winter is around Christmas time. The other winter is simply winter with white snow and pretty green pine trees. When To Kill a Mockingbird and A Christmas memory are both using similarities they're both taking place in the same time period in the 1930s. This time period is considered the Great Depression. One other difference is one of these places is a real place this place is maycomb Alabama the other takes place in a fictional place. These are proving many similarities and differences between these two
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