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Analysis of the Writing Style of Harper Lee

Summary: Essay analyzes the writing style of Harper Lee through his novel "To Kill a Mockingbird."
"To Kill a Mockingbird," by Harper Lee, is a celebrated novel due to its relative and touching thematic structure. Through the use of a first person narrative style and in depth character development, Lee portrays the themes in a way she feels will evoke both sympathetic and empathetic feelings within the reader. She uses great diction to capture and hold the reader's attention. Using these different points, Lee has taken a story, already bound to touch the hearts of many, and brought this novel to life.

Within each person's soul, there is a perpetual struggle between good and evil. There are times when our little demons' voices sound so much like our own, we are not sure how to handle the internal conflict. Lee demonstrates this endeavor through many adversities. There is no one dominating tribulation; however, each has their own significance...

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