Reading in first person narrative allows the readers to engage with the characters better and that is experienced with Scout while reading this great piece of literature. The novel, ”To Kill A Mockingbird”, is about growing up. Jean Louise Finch, most commonly known as Scout, is the protagonist and narrator of the story. She talks about her life as a kid growing up with her brother Jem, her father Atticus, and the rest of the neighborhood. We see Scout go through challenges with her friends and family as she develops and matures.
At the Finch family, Jean Louise Finch or Scout and Jem Finch were the two children of Atticus Finch. The two children that could live happily and get lots of chances to experience things, learn more about life beside school and home. And maybe, they know, and learn too much that lead them to the lost of innocence. In chapter two, page twenty-four, Ms. Caroline slapped Scout on her hand by the ruler. Ms. Caroline is Scout’s first grade teacher, she came from the North Alabama, so she didn’t understand much about the culture and the history of
“The Yellow Raft in Blue Water” by Michael Dorris is about three generations of Indian women Rayona, Christine, and Ida. Rayona is a fifteen-year-old American-Indian searching for a way to find herself. Christine, her mother is consumed by tenderness and resentment toward those she loves. Finally, the curious Aunt Ida whose haunting secrets, betrayals and dreams echo through the years, braiding the strands of the shared past and future. In fact, culture can not only show one’s identity but family relationships Throughout the novel, “The Joy Luck Club” the reader can see plenty of culture.
Review: The book is about the experiences and thoughts of a young female named Anne Frank who lived through the horrors of the Second World War. It was due to the Nazi occupation in Holland that the Frank family went into hiding in Amsterdam in the so-called “Het Achteruis”. Being confined inside a single apartment with another family until their whereabouts were betrayed to the Gestapo, she jots her thoughts on her diary she had named “Kitty” as seen on her entry on the 20th of June in 1942 on nearly a daily-basis. Although there was war, this did not stop Anne Frank from having normal thoughts of a child going through puberty, experiencing young love, feeling that she had no real close friends, and the like; she discussed her thoughts on these matters as if everything was just normal. Moreover, it is seen in the latter entries how Frank matures, her thoughts shifts from the perspective of a young girl to the perspective a young-adolescent as she gains more profound thoughts about humanity as it is seen on some entries how she finds it difficult to comprehend why the Jews were being persecuted or how she confronts her own identity.
To Kill a Mockingbird is about growing up the main character is a girl named Scout Finch who is about to turn 6 when the book begins and 8 when it ends. In the book is about what she learns about people and about life over the course of those two years. the book takes place between 1933 and 1935 in Maycomb Alabama it 's a small sleepy town in the deep south Scout 's father Atticus is a lawyer but they don 't have much money because his clients are poor Scout lives with her father her brother Jem and their cook Calpurnia her mother 's dead during the summers a friend named Dill comes to stay next door and he spends the summer playing with Scout and Jem Scout basically learns four major lessons over the course of the book she learned some partly from Atticus and partly from her own experience the first lesson is that you don 't understand someone until you put yourself in their shoes she takes a while to master this one in the storyline for the first part of the book mostly shows her getting it wrong across the street from where Scout lives is the Radley house the family that lives in it is very on social and the son Arthur Radley is a man in his 30 's who hasn 't been seen outside many years the children in the town refer to Arthur 's Boo Radley as if he were a ghost they have this horrible picture of what he 's like that he eats rodents and cats that he catches that he 's ugly and drooling and I will kill any child he catches the real story of Arthur Radley is that he got in
Scout’s Identity To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, the time period was around 1930’s right in the middle of the Great Depression. The view of the book is through a young girl named Scout. She lives in the small Southern town called Maycomb County, Alabama. With her family, Atticus, her father and her brother, Jem. Her mother died when she was 2 years old, from a heart attack.
Traditionally, this represents the ideal form of marriage and family. The dynamics of this type of marriage is that the eldest brother takes up the authority position and ultimately manages the household. Although there is a hierarchy when it comes to eldest versus younger brothers, all brothers participate as sexual partners and Tibetan male and females do not find the sexual aspect of sharing their spouse the least bit scandalous or unusual. In the family dynamic, when it comes to the offspring, no matter which brother the child belongs to all the children in that family are treated equally. There is no linking of children biologically to the brother that is their father and there is no favouritism.
In To Kill a Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee, it is vivid that gender roles were part of society in the 1930s. Scout Finch, a little girl, shows that being a girl doesn’t define her personality or actions. Although this book was published in 1960 and was set in the 1930s, the contention of gender roles is still prominent in today’s civilization. All the way through chapter five, it is well known that gender roles are a part of mankind during the Great Depression. Scout narrated, “I was not so sure, but Jem told me I was being a girl, that girls always imagined things, that’s why other people hated them so, and if I started behaving like one I could just go off and find some to play with” (45).
Set in rural Alabama in the 1930s, To Kill a Mockingbird written by Harper Lee, focuses on the events experienced and seen through the eyes of a young girl growing up in Maycomb County, a seemingly sleepy town. Meanwhile, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part- Time Indian written by Sherman Alexie, concentrates on an adolescent boy’s experiences as a Native American living in a reservation during the early 2000s. Although the two award winning books seem to differ entirely with time period and personality of characters, it is apparent that these two books share similar concepts about community and how individualism impacts the whole. The similar idea shared between the two books is first cultivated in To Kill a Mockingbird when the readers learn that although Miss Maudie, a powerful, female role model to Scout, loves everything God has created, she hates a type of weed called nutgrass. ‘If she found a blade of nutgrass in her yard… she swooped down upon it with a tin tub and subjected it to blasts from beneath with a poisonous substance’ (Lee 42).
and he is using artificial tears to make relief. He is not a spectacles wearer and contact lens wearer. He is allergy with dust and not under any medication. He does not have any history of ocular injury, infection or surgery. He never had his full body medical checkup and he does not have any history of systemic disease.