SIMILARITIES OF HARPER LEE AND LOOK
The book starts with the Finch family's ancestor, Simon Finch, a Cornish Methodist fleeing faith based intolerance in England, settling in Alabama, turning out to be wealthy and, contrary to his religious philosophy, buying several slaves. The key story happens during three years of the Great Depresion in the fictional " tired outdated town" of Maycomb, The state of alabama. It targets six-year-old Search Finch, whom lives with her big brother Jem and the widowed father Atticus, a middle-aged lawyer. Jem and Scout befriend a boy called Dill who have visits Maycomb to stay together with his aunt every single summer. Three children are terrified of, and fascinated by, their particular neighbor, the reclusive " Boo" Radley. There are a lot of commonalities between Harper Lee as well as the narrator, Search, in the story, To Kill A Mockingbird. All the characters in the novel were inspired by her family. FRAMEWORK:
The personas in the new To destroy a Mockingbird are Look: the narrator and protagonist of the tale. Scout discovers about the goodness of men and women as well as the dark side of mankind. Jem: Scout's older brother, Jem serves as defender. His presence as well highlights Scout's youthful innocence. Atticus: The proud, meaning, respected father. Tom Brown: The charged but seemingly innocent rapist. " Boo" Radley: The mysterious neighbors. Harper Shelter was the most youthful in her family. The girl was close friends with Truman Capote and were also neighbors. She was unruly. The girl fought with all the boys on the playground. She disliked and got bored of school. During High School the girl was skilled with a superb English instructor. Just like Harper, Scout is the youngest in the family. The girl was disobedient. She did not like to head to school. Just like Harper, Search was privileged with a skilled English tutor during High School. Harper's complete name is Nelle Harper Shelter. Nelle was her grandmums name although only spelled backwards and Nellie was her nickname. Harper was obviously a tomboy but since she grew she turned into a...