To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Student Essay

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To Kill a Mockingbird

Summary: Essay is about how the characters in the book "To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee, who are left out of the movie, are an important part of the book and should be in the movie.
The book To Kill A Mockingbird is better than the movie because the book concentrates on the character development more than the movie. The movie combines Aunt Rachel and Aunt Stephanie to make the movie shorter. In the book there was an unlimited amount of time so the aunts had very different personalities. These characters seemed very important and should have been two different people. The movie didn't show this different sides of Aunt Stephanie and Aunt Rachel that should have been showed. Boo Radley was a very big character in the book and the beginning of the book and the end are based on his presence. In the movie Boo Radley is a back character and he doesn't seem that important until he saves Jem and Scout's lives. Even when Boo Radley saves Jem and Scout he doesn't say a word. He just sits there...

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