माँ, तुझे सलाम! कविता कृष्णन

अतिथि पोस्ट : कविता कृष्णन

“Scout,” said Atticus, “nigger-lover is just one of those terms that don’t mean anything—like snot-nose. It’s hard to explain—ignorant, trashy people use it when they think somebody’s favoring Negroes over and above themselves. 209 more words


11X1a - TKAMB - Questions to make you think ...

Have a look at the questions below: What could you answer? What do you need to go away and investigate further?

  1. What is the importance of Boo Radley in the novel?
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11X1a -TKAMB Context

Harper Lee

Harper Lee, youngest of three children, was born in 1926 and brought up in Monroeville in the Deep American South. Her father was a lawyer. 887 more words

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11X1a - TKAMB - Structure, Style and Language


The structure of the novel has a pleasing symmetry. At the centre of Part 1 is the children’s fear of Boo Radley; at the centre of Part 2 is Bob Ewell’s hatred of Tom Robinson. 3,133 more words

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11X1a - TKAMB - Themes & Symbols

Growing up:

To Kill a Mockingbird is about the narrator’s growth of awareness. It belongs to a genre of novel writing called bildungsroman where the narrator is taken from a period of innocence through to a state of comparative maturity. 3,978 more words

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11X1a - TKAMB - Characters

The following character studies are very brief and do not cover all aspects of the characters but may help a bit.


The character of… 5,236 more words

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11X1a - TKAMB Chapter Summaries

Chapter Summaries

Chapter 1

  • Introduction of Scout as narrator. She is recounting a childhood story.
  • Jem’s broken arm: connects beginning with ending.
  • Simon Finch and Finch’s Landing.
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