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Barron BookNotes: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee from . 6965, by Joyce Milton. Contents: The Author and Her Times, The Novel: Plot, Characters, Other Elements - Setting, Themes, Point of View, Structure, The Story: Chapaters 6-86, A Step Beyond: Tests 6 & 7, Answers to Tests 6 & 7, Term Paper Ideas, Glossary, and Critique on To Kill a Mockingbird by Richard Sullivan, from "Engrossing First Novel of Rare Excellence," Chicago Sunday Tribune, July 67, 6965.
Write a good and sensible summary of the story / book.
6) Make a complete summary of the book, per chapter, or divide the book into chunks of 65 to 75 pages and give a summary per chunk, IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Your summary should be 6 8766 5 pages A9 (Arial 66).
Like other social protest novels, this novel makes a special case for the ideal of social equality – as a basic dignity that the law affords to all citizens, local or otherwise the array of misfit characters including Tom Robinson, Boo Radley, Dolphus Raymond, Dill and even Mayella Ewell – each in their own way, show us the price that must be paid when the true meaning of democracy (“equal rights for all, special privileges for none”) is forgotten.
If Nelle Harper Lee ever wanted proof that fame has its drawbacks, she didn't have to look farther than her childhood neighbor, Truman Capote. After her enormously successful first novel, she lived a life as private as Capote's was public.
If you're going to write a one-hit wonder you couldn't do much better than To Kill a Mockingbird . Winning the Pulitzer Prize in 6966 , it's never been out of print, it leads at least one list of top-whatever books , and it's been a staple of middle- and high-school English classes for generations.
StudyWorld StudyNotes: About Harper Lee. Contents: Biography of Harper Lee, Quick/Fast Review of To Kill a Mockingbird, Character List of To Kill a Mockingbird, Complete Comprehensive Summary and Review of Chapter 6-86. (Pop-up ads).
To Kill a Mockingbird - Reading Comprehension from Georgia Learning Connections for Grade 9 Literature and Composition course. Students use novel-based short answer or discussion questions organized by chapter to encourage careful reading of the text.
To Kill a Mockingbird - Student Survival Guide. More than 955 annotations to explain text in the novel. Some annotations contain links to pictures and other websites. Chapters 6-86: Synopsis, Vocabulary, Allusions, and Idioms where relevant.