To Kill a Mockingbird — Reader Q&A
To Kill a Mockingbird - Symbols - Harper Lee
To Kill a Mockingbird Essay Questions
Why does Atticus choose not to reveal to his children that Judge Taylor appointed him to Tom's case? How does his decision affect Scout's perception of her father? Do you think that the adult Jean Louise telling the story through Scout's eyes may have added any embellishments to the story? Think of an event from your own life that occurred at least five years ago. Do you see the event differently now? How do memory and education affect your perception of the event?
Sep 7, To Kill a Mockingbird Book Club Discussion Questions How is Atticus able to see the good side of people despite all he has experienced?.
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The kids must deal with racial issues when their attorney father defends a black man accused of raping a white woman. Here are a few questions that can help you get the ball rolling and hopefully delve deeper into the story after you've read the book. Spoiler Warning: Some of these questions reveal important details from the story. Be sure to finish the book before reading further. Share Flipboard Email. Erin Miller is a freelance book critic with a B.
Sign up for our newsletters! In what way did Boo's past history of violence foreshadow his method of protecting Jem and Scout from Bob Ewell? Does this repetition of aggression make him more or less of a sympathetic character? In Scout's account of her childhood, her father Atticus reigns supreme. How would you characterize his abilities as a single parent?