To Kill A Mockingbird Quotes And Techniques

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Sharis Galvez SIE 2 February 26,2016 Genre: Novel Literary Selection: Lee, Harper. To Kill a Mockingbird.New York: Ground Central Publishing. 1960. “To Kill a Mockingbird” is about the childhood of Jean Louise “Scout” Finch, who lives in “Maycomb,” Alabama. Meanwhile, Scout and her brother Jem are interested in seeing Boo Radley, a man who has been rumored to had murdered his own father. On the other hand, the children’s father Atticus, a lawyer, takes on the case of Tom Robinson- a black man accused of raping Mayella Ewell. After Tom was declared guilty,a humiliated Bob Ewell tries to murders the Finch children for revenge, only for Boo Radley to save the children. Scout then looks at Boo, realizing to look from another person’s perspective.…show more content…
It symbolizes innocence. Stoner’s Boy: In the novel, there is a book called “The Gray Ghost.” In the story, it tells about Stoner’s Boy believed to be a troublemaker, until the story revealed that he was in fact a nice person. This symbolizes Boo Radley, a man that is surrounded by the many rumors about him. Setting: The story takes place in the fictional town of Maycomb, Alabama. Tone: Based on Scout’s perspective, she speaks somewhat naïve and innocent. As the story progresses, Scout’s tone turns more mature and more aware. Foreshadow: There is the gifts in the tree left by Boo. Not to mention when someone was following the Finch children. Personal Reaction The author’s purpose is to entertain the readers about a child who see the injustices in the world. At first, the story in the beginning is just a bit boring. As the story went on however, the plot became really juicy and suspenseful. The novel meant was that not everything was peachy. Next,The author is really good at introducing characters and events, which has a major impact on the plot. Universal
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