oh lord how I hated reading that book
This novel takes place in Maycombe, that’s a little stat<city/town?
> in Alabama in 1930. The novel is told by a six year
old little girl who's
name is Scout. She is the
daughter of the <possibly 'a'
> lawyer in the town. Scout and her brother Jem have grown up without a mother, <comma unecessary> because she died when
cout was only two years old, but they have Calpurnia there <who
> is their black cook and she helps
a lot in the house. Jem and Scout are small unrestrained rebellious kids; they perform dramatic
plays and play war.
One day Atticus (Scout's
father) gets a very unpopular case where he defends a black man
because he is prosecute for rape who is being prosecuted for raping on
a white woman. After that day the little family's
life changes forever.
scout’s eyes, the world and the little town have changed, they have
started to hate, lie and be racists. From Scout eyes we try to understand the fascinating and the absurd
courtroom drama and how it split the people in Maycombe.
Atticus is the father of Scout and Jem. He is a lawyer and an extremely morally upright man who strives to deal with everyone
the greatest fairness. Atticus has an inclination to be a little overly optimistic sometimes, but his unshakable hope and his self-created role as the town do-gooder sustain him. He is old and has many experiences in his backpack. <I guess this is a Danish idiom
Atticus has at strong personality, he is the most dominant person in the novel, and he has so many thin
to give other people. He thinks that black and white people
equal, he wants to show others that white and black people ha
they same feeling inside, it’s only outside they are a different. Atticus has a drive that could kill a man, because even though he stands alone with his thought about racism, he follows his heart and feelings. He has
a huge lots of
everything, he has a view to everything, and that is also when you talk about upbringing. He can be very tough
his children, but in a good way, he will show them the world, and he will have them
the world and the people in Maycombe, so they can form their ideas how people react different and how people can be strong or weak in different situations
. He is a man who takes
every step with precision, and almost never does
anything wrong. He fights
for what he wants even though he knows from the beginning that he will lose. Atticus is a true hero, not because he has saved a man, but because he does
so many things for other people, and he almost never thin
about himself, that’s my option <maybe you meant 'opinion on being a true hero
'> to be a true hero.
The theme in the novel is “not to kill a mockingbird”. The mockingbird represents innocence. Like hunters who kill mockingbirds for sport, people kill innocence, or other people who are innocent, without thinking about what they are doing. Atticus stands firm in his defence of innocence and urges his children not to shoot mockingbirds both literally and figuratively. If you look at the theme in the book in one context,
racism, people there hate
black people and look at them and only see degraded
“To kill a mockingbird” is
beautiful and humorous
, rough and a
real life. When a child tells <'us/the reader'
> about injustice and prejudice through her normal weekdays, it gives it a fantastic effect and is a masterly way to describe the world
. When a child tells a story there
no secrets, because children have now idea about what’s right or wrong to say.
just some suggestions, I'm no english major by any means