In a thriving neighbourhood where everyone came to enjoy the summer, the nearby clock tower belled harmoniously as if it were celebrating the mark of another midday. The tune integrated with the people in the street and the children in the playground to accompany the joy shared with every child and parent alike. At ground […]

I think that characters act more stern and strict. I think that Aunt Alexandra came to Maycomb becauae she felt ashamed that Scout was not acting like a girl so Alexandra took the oppotunity to live with Scout and Jem. Another time is

In chapter 9 of To Kill a Mockingbird I think that pride influences Scout in her actions. When Francis started calling Atticus a ‘nigger-lover’ and that he ‘mortifies the rest of the family’, Scout.quickly reacted in order to defend her father and her pride. Also because Francis said that Atticus is the shame of the […]

My name is Joe. If you’re reading this, then I didn’t make it back. Back to reality. Everything changed  instantaneously from a normal world, to a completely different one. Literally. Why am I here? I don’t know yet. How did I get here? I don’t know exactly. Some things are hard to explain, it’s better […]

In chapter six, the summer holiday is drawing to a close and Dill is going to leave. Before they return home after they day, Dill decides that him, Jem and Scout should try to sneak around the back of the Radley’s house to try to see Boo. However, they were almost caught by Nathan Radley […]

In this chapter Scout begins to be left out of the games that Jem and Dill were playing because she didn’t like the game and she was constantly being called a girl. Therefore, Scout starts spending her time with Mrs.Maudie and reveals to her that Mr.Radley was a foot-washing baptist. Mrs.Maudie Atkinson said “but some […]

In the second chapter Scout begins her first day in school. We are introduced to her teacher. We learned that Scout is more intelligent than the average student because she is literate but her father did not directly teach her, she learned by herself. Scout said “I never deliberately learned how to read, but some […]

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