BC: Literary Analysis of How to kill a mocking bird. BY: A> SPROCK
FC: Literary Analysis of How to kill a mocking bird. | By: A. Sprock
1: Setting | The book takes place in Maycomb county in Alabama back in in the 1930's.
2: Point of View | Scout narrates in the first person, telling what she saw and heard at the time and augmenting this narration with thoughts and assessments of her experiences in retrospect.
3: The big aggressive rabid looking dog was charging right for the kids. so i pulled out my trusty sidekick and shoot it right between the eyes. I guess thats why the call me "One Shot Finch". | Atticu's Point of View
4: Conflict | Scout and Jem is threatened many times with exposer to the bad side of human nature (external), mostly the guilty verdict in Tom Robinson’s trial. As TKaM goes on they struggle to maintain faith in the human good in light of all thats going on in the time period (internal).
6: Characters | Jean Louise (Scout) Finch | The narrator of the story. Scout lives with Atticus(Dad), Jem (Brother), and their cook, Calpurnia, in Maycomb county.
7: The Father ofScout and Jem , a lawyer, descended from an old local family., Atticus is one of the few residents of Maycomb committed to racial equality. When he agrees to defend Tom Robinson, a black man charged with raping a white woman, he puts himself and his family to the anger of the white community. | Atticus Finch
8: Theme | the theme of the book in my point of view i say it is don't just judge anything by whats on the outside but by whats on the inside, even if it takes a little bit to get to it.
9: Symbols | One of the major symbols in the book is the mocking bird it stands for the way you shouldsee what peop0le to good not only what they have done for the bad.
10: Personal Reflection | i believe the book has become a classic and is read in schools everywhere because it makes you think aout some of your own morals and what you would do if you would have been in those ituations