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,,To kill a Mockingbird“ Harper Lee

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the Mockingbird symbol: p. 99:"I'd rather you shot at tin cans in the back yard, but I know you'll go after birds. Shoot all the bluejays if you want, but it's mockingbird! a sin to kill a mockingbirds don't do anything bad or harm anything They just plead us with singing (Miss Maudie) • Don't take advantage over weaker creatures mockingbird is a metaphor for some body weak and defensless → to kill a mockingbird: taking advantage over is weaker than you • referring to the book: Mayella uses her white privilege about lying on what happened with Tom Robinson. Some one who the setting of the novel : • Maycomb, a small town in Alabama Harper Lee's hometown Monroeville is the paragon for the story • American South in the 1930s Jim Crow era: seperate but equal racism and hate (lynchings, Ku-Klux-klan,...) • not many people chanced their attitudes resentments and even hatred of black people living in their midst, even though cluil war is oves (1861-1865) text: To kill a Mockingbird- understanding the setting Situation with the mad dog: Scout: The trees were still, the mockingbirds were silent" →she feels the upcoming danger. Later right before Tom Robinson's passing of judgement, she remembers the scene. Both situation show, she understood her father's message. To kill a towards the book: hate and racism against black people is one of the main topics appearing in Harper Lee's novel....

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Especially that there's no chance to win the Tom Robinson case, although the evidence is obvious represents the terrifying problem with racism of that time 1 " Harper Lee Nockingbird... The Great Depression: *1920s bussiness and production boom people bought a lot with money they didn't nad luxuries (credits) mass productions Boo Radley: Finch family, • he is the neighbor of the I was mistreated by his father as a child there's a lot of preajudice and gossip against him: he'd eat cats, stabbed nis dad or haunts children, ... • but he's just a caring, protecting and good hearded man: ↳ Leaves gifts in the tree hole, folded yem's trousers, gave Scout a blanket and of course saved their lives. • At the end: Atticus aks Scout if she can imagine to say that Mr. Ewell fell in the knife by himself- → she understands it's because of protecting Boo Well i'd be sort of lite shooting a mockingbird, wouldn't it P. many people are affected hardly by the Great Depression like the Cunninghams, who are farmers (chapter 2) • several reasons lead to the Great Depression: A. Stock market crash (1929) 2. overproduction of goods 3. Surplus of banks - giving too many loans 4. ignorance of and on economic reports, which had predicted a crash since the beginning of the 1920s " • the late 1950s some things had changed: 4₂ higher level of prosperity and standarts of Living ↳change of the social climate (Martin Luther King Jr, Rosa Parks, etc...) Maycomb is a mirror of American society in the 1930s. Its geographical position and its history have fashioned its inhabitants, their lifestyles and their ways of thinking P. 6:" Maycomb County had recently been told that it had nothing to fear but fear itself the development of the children before: •believing in what others say your father is nothing but a 11 nigger lover (Francis p. 92) judging Atticus by his weaknesses →he's older than other fathers p. 98 making fun of Boo Radley, because ne is different *not understanding why their father defends Tom Robinson 11 Do you defend niggers, Atticus?" "Why do you defend him if you don't have to! " p.83 " To kill a Mockingbird character traits after: evaluating people's behaviour based on the judgement of what is right/wrong appreciating Atticus strengths he's a good shooter, but he don't use the gun, because he thinks it's unfair having this advantage given by God 11 who in this town did one thing to help Tom Robinson, just who ? (Jem p. 238) Jem - 10 at the beginning; 12 in the end develops from childish boy who play Boo Radley games, to mature teenager comes into puberty (chapter 12) At first: struggles with the fact Atticus is different than other fathers football or so and does not play He becomes like his father ↳ Invites Walter Cunningham; I could see a little urge Scout not to He also wants to become a lawyer. The Tom Robinsch case was hard to deal for Jem Atticus said that Jem was trying hard to forget something, but what he was really doing was storing it away for a while, until enough time passed. Then he would be able to "1 be himself again. brave (mob scene) process of maturing 11 11 Likes to be with boys:" But I was more at home in my fathers world. People Like Mr. Heck Tate did not not understanding why Tom Robinson is Itrap you with innocent questions to make fun of you, even yem was not highly critical unless you convicted + feeling angry, sad and desperate said something stupid." (p. about it a more resemblance between them. "(ch 15) argue with Aunty Scout: -impulsive; don't like to be call " the girl" often uses her fists to solve her problems → 11 catching Walter Cunningham gave me some pleasure [...] He made me start off on the wrong foot." (p. 25) Dill - Six to eight years old → •very intelligent for her age (towards reading)" Scout yonder's been readin' ever since she was born, and she ain't even Started School yet." (p. 7) innocence of a child does not understand everything at first good hearted → throughout the novel she learns to put herself in other's shoes at the beginning she fears Boo Radley, but at the end there's nothing left of it. 11 I comes from Meridian, Mississippii is spending aunt Rachel runs away from home one summer, because his stepdad tries to replace love and attention with money at the trial: Dill sees the openly displayed injustice and racially-motivated malice as further evidence of the wrongness of the world around him 11 It ain't right samehow. It ain't right to do'em that way." the summer in Maycomb → stays with his Hey Boo!" (p. 220) Atticus' values || • Tolerance → Atticus only answer was for yem to mind his own business and let the Radleys mind theirs." (p.^^) Empathy he helps Mr. Cunningham who can't pay him with money • Education is very important for him (p.35) Empathy. "You'll never really understand a person, until you consider things from his point of view." (p. 33) → put yourself in others shoes "punishment " by words like a life lessen and not physically (p.62) • Respectful towards other people [ Mrs. Dubose) • Atticus Merals: Don't kill inocent things. → it's a sin to kill a Mockingbird (p.99) does not use a gun: don't take an unfair advantage God gave you against others ● Is it a story of initiation ? To kill • personal level process of individualization •the discovery of the evil (Mr. Ewell, Mr. Gilmer,...) the change from innocence to experience • the process of self-discovery and self realization · young protagonist: Scout experiences a significant change of knowledge, about the world (which is not fair), nerself (put herself in others shoes) and lead to the adult world. three phases: exit from childhood → transition → Cre) entrance confrontation with unknown things → conflicts a literal and spiritual journey insight: shock; desillusionment; discovery of the disparity between appearance and reality a peace-louing: "Hold up your head and keep your fists down. (p. 84) "1 keep the temper: no matter what anybody says brotherly love I do best to my everybody! " committet to justice and equality → in court everyone IS equal -final plea → of course he defends Ecm Robinson Mockingbird First person narrator: Scout as a six year old child is the first narrator perspective from an innocent child can't understand some situations • easy to identify with her and her story • the reader experiences her ● " Love development very close the story is told on facts, but also influenced by her emotions, feelings and thoughts keep fighting, even you know, you have no chance of winning "Try fighting with your head for a change (p. 84) From now cn. I will not worry about what will become of you Sen. (p. 75)→ love and supportive "1 11 " contentiousness and conscience → that's why he 02.1 take the case (p. 83) "For a number... Maycombs caste system Danke Shania ☺ most citizens (Finch family, neighbors) poor Farmers (e.g. Cunninghams) white trash" (e.g. Ewell family) black community (ch. 12) → especially the children have to face with their different castes (school: Walter C. has no lunch money ch. 2) during the trial Bob Ewell tries to improve his Social Status by Lying , but reaches up the opposite comparison book & movie • what is different in the movie? 1. missing people: the neighbors: Mrs. Stephanie Crawford; Mr. Avery; Mr. Link Deas i Cecil Jakobs; Calpurnias church pll. Finch family (Aunt Alexandra, uncle Jack, Francis,...) Miss Caroline 4. the first person narrative perspective It is an older version of Scout who tells the story, but only in a few scenes. Just at the beginning and somewhere in the middle. So there isn't a first person narrator most of the time 2. missing scenes: (school; christmas with family, church scene; Miss Maudies house in flames) 5. missing aspects: • No aunt Alexandra preaching Scout to be more like a girl and wear dresses No explanation of Mrs. Dubose morphin addiction → the aspect misses of her "bravery • predjudice against e.g. Mr. Dolphus Reynolds → that's why some main characters were reduced to side characters (Dill) or characters who did not appear at all; Dill: not in love with Scout To kill a a nockingbird 3. Not as many Atticus lessons in the movie: the theme is reduced to racial predjudice between black and white. 6. more scenes in the court room movie is more like a court room drama → not about yem and Scout growing up and making progress Not about preajudice in general 8. main character novel: Scout Imain character movie: Atticus 7. It is not portrayed now crucial role Atticus plays for his family and the town → how much pressure is on him

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the Mockingbird symbol: p. 99:"I'd rather you shot at tin cans in the back yard, but I know you'll go after birds. Shoot all the bluejays if you want, but it's mockingbird! a sin to kill a mockingbirds don't do anything bad or harm anything They just plead us with singing (Miss Maudie) • Don't take advantage over weaker creatures mockingbird is a metaphor for some body weak and defensless → to kill a mockingbird: taking advantage over is weaker than you • referring to the book: Mayella uses her white privilege about lying on what happened with Tom Robinson. Some one who the setting of the novel : • Maycomb, a small town in Alabama Harper Lee's hometown Monroeville is the paragon for the story • American South in the 1930s Jim Crow era: seperate but equal racism and hate (lynchings, Ku-Klux-klan,...) • not many people chanced their attitudes resentments and even hatred of black people living in their midst, even though cluil war is oves (1861-1865) text: To kill a Mockingbird- understanding the setting Situation with the mad dog: Scout: The trees were still, the mockingbirds were silent" →she feels the upcoming danger. Later right before Tom Robinson's passing of judgement, she remembers the scene. Both situation show, she understood her father's message. To kill a towards the book: hate and racism against black people is one of the main topics appearing in Harper Lee's novel....

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Especially that there's no chance to win the Tom Robinson case, although the evidence is obvious represents the terrifying problem with racism of that time 1 " Harper Lee Nockingbird... The Great Depression: *1920s bussiness and production boom people bought a lot with money they didn't nad luxuries (credits) mass productions Boo Radley: Finch family, • he is the neighbor of the I was mistreated by his father as a child there's a lot of preajudice and gossip against him: he'd eat cats, stabbed nis dad or haunts children, ... • but he's just a caring, protecting and good hearded man: ↳ Leaves gifts in the tree hole, folded yem's trousers, gave Scout a blanket and of course saved their lives. • At the end: Atticus aks Scout if she can imagine to say that Mr. Ewell fell in the knife by himself- → she understands it's because of protecting Boo Well i'd be sort of lite shooting a mockingbird, wouldn't it P. many people are affected hardly by the Great Depression like the Cunninghams, who are farmers (chapter 2) • several reasons lead to the Great Depression: A. Stock market crash (1929) 2. overproduction of goods 3. Surplus of banks - giving too many loans 4. ignorance of and on economic reports, which had predicted a crash since the beginning of the 1920s " • the late 1950s some things had changed: 4₂ higher level of prosperity and standarts of Living ↳change of the social climate (Martin Luther King Jr, Rosa Parks, etc...) Maycomb is a mirror of American society in the 1930s. Its geographical position and its history have fashioned its inhabitants, their lifestyles and their ways of thinking P. 6:" Maycomb County had recently been told that it had nothing to fear but fear itself the development of the children before: •believing in what others say your father is nothing but a 11 nigger lover (Francis p. 92) judging Atticus by his weaknesses →he's older than other fathers p. 98 making fun of Boo Radley, because ne is different *not understanding why their father defends Tom Robinson 11 Do you defend niggers, Atticus?" "Why do you defend him if you don't have to! " p.83 " To kill a Mockingbird character traits after: evaluating people's behaviour based on the judgement of what is right/wrong appreciating Atticus strengths he's a good shooter, but he don't use the gun, because he thinks it's unfair having this advantage given by God 11 who in this town did one thing to help Tom Robinson, just who ? (Jem p. 238) Jem - 10 at the beginning; 12 in the end develops from childish boy who play Boo Radley games, to mature teenager comes into puberty (chapter 12) At first: struggles with the fact Atticus is different than other fathers football or so and does not play He becomes like his father ↳ Invites Walter Cunningham; I could see a little urge Scout not to He also wants to become a lawyer. The Tom Robinsch case was hard to deal for Jem Atticus said that Jem was trying hard to forget something, but what he was really doing was storing it away for a while, until enough time passed. Then he would be able to "1 be himself again. brave (mob scene) process of maturing 11 11 Likes to be with boys:" But I was more at home in my fathers world. People Like Mr. Heck Tate did not not understanding why Tom Robinson is Itrap you with innocent questions to make fun of you, even yem was not highly critical unless you convicted + feeling angry, sad and desperate said something stupid." (p. about it a more resemblance between them. "(ch 15) argue with Aunty Scout: -impulsive; don't like to be call " the girl" often uses her fists to solve her problems → 11 catching Walter Cunningham gave me some pleasure [...] He made me start off on the wrong foot." (p. 25) Dill - Six to eight years old → •very intelligent for her age (towards reading)" Scout yonder's been readin' ever since she was born, and she ain't even Started School yet." (p. 7) innocence of a child does not understand everything at first good hearted → throughout the novel she learns to put herself in other's shoes at the beginning she fears Boo Radley, but at the end there's nothing left of it. 11 I comes from Meridian, Mississippii is spending aunt Rachel runs away from home one summer, because his stepdad tries to replace love and attention with money at the trial: Dill sees the openly displayed injustice and racially-motivated malice as further evidence of the wrongness of the world around him 11 It ain't right samehow. It ain't right to do'em that way." the summer in Maycomb → stays with his Hey Boo!" (p. 220) Atticus' values || • Tolerance → Atticus only answer was for yem to mind his own business and let the Radleys mind theirs." (p.^^) Empathy he helps Mr. Cunningham who can't pay him with money • Education is very important for him (p.35) Empathy. "You'll never really understand a person, until you consider things from his point of view." (p. 33) → put yourself in others shoes "punishment " by words like a life lessen and not physically (p.62) • Respectful towards other people [ Mrs. Dubose) • Atticus Merals: Don't kill inocent things. → it's a sin to kill a Mockingbird (p.99) does not use a gun: don't take an unfair advantage God gave you against others ● Is it a story of initiation ? To kill • personal level process of individualization •the discovery of the evil (Mr. Ewell, Mr. Gilmer,...) the change from innocence to experience • the process of self-discovery and self realization · young protagonist: Scout experiences a significant change of knowledge, about the world (which is not fair), nerself (put herself in others shoes) and lead to the adult world. three phases: exit from childhood → transition → Cre) entrance confrontation with unknown things → conflicts a literal and spiritual journey insight: shock; desillusionment; discovery of the disparity between appearance and reality a peace-louing: "Hold up your head and keep your fists down. (p. 84) "1 keep the temper: no matter what anybody says brotherly love I do best to my everybody! " committet to justice and equality → in court everyone IS equal -final plea → of course he defends Ecm Robinson Mockingbird First person narrator: Scout as a six year old child is the first narrator perspective from an innocent child can't understand some situations • easy to identify with her and her story • the reader experiences her ● " Love development very close the story is told on facts, but also influenced by her emotions, feelings and thoughts keep fighting, even you know, you have no chance of winning "Try fighting with your head for a change (p. 84) From now cn. I will not worry about what will become of you Sen. (p. 75)→ love and supportive "1 11 " contentiousness and conscience → that's why he 02.1 take the case (p. 83) "For a number... Maycombs caste system Danke Shania ☺ most citizens (Finch family, neighbors) poor Farmers (e.g. Cunninghams) white trash" (e.g. Ewell family) black community (ch. 12) → especially the children have to face with their different castes (school: Walter C. has no lunch money ch. 2) during the trial Bob Ewell tries to improve his Social Status by Lying , but reaches up the opposite comparison book & movie • what is different in the movie? 1. missing people: the neighbors: Mrs. Stephanie Crawford; Mr. Avery; Mr. Link Deas i Cecil Jakobs; Calpurnias church pll. Finch family (Aunt Alexandra, uncle Jack, Francis,...) Miss Caroline 4. the first person narrative perspective It is an older version of Scout who tells the story, but only in a few scenes. Just at the beginning and somewhere in the middle. So there isn't a first person narrator most of the time 2. missing scenes: (school; christmas with family, church scene; Miss Maudies house in flames) 5. missing aspects: • No aunt Alexandra preaching Scout to be more like a girl and wear dresses No explanation of Mrs. Dubose morphin addiction → the aspect misses of her "bravery • predjudice against e.g. Mr. Dolphus Reynolds → that's why some main characters were reduced to side characters (Dill) or characters who did not appear at all; Dill: not in love with Scout To kill a a nockingbird 3. Not as many Atticus lessons in the movie: the theme is reduced to racial predjudice between black and white. 6. more scenes in the court room movie is more like a court room drama → not about yem and Scout growing up and making progress Not about preajudice in general 8. main character novel: Scout Imain character movie: Atticus 7. It is not portrayed now crucial role Atticus plays for his family and the town → how much pressure is on him