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Essay | To Kill a Mockingbird, Literary Analysis

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To Kill a Mockingbird, Literary Analysis

Summary: Provides a literary analysis of "To Kill a Mockingbird," a novel by Harper Lee. Details the plot. Analyzes quotes from the text.
To Kill A Mockingbird takes place in Maycomb County, a southern community in Alabama. The story was based in the poverty stricken time of the 1930's, where most of Maycomb's populace was still suffering from the Great Depression. To Kill A Mockingbird was narrated by a young girl named Jean Louise, (better known as Scout), when she was aged 6-8. She and her brother Jem were the only children of a widower Atticus Finch, a respected gentlemen who was one of Maycomb County's few attorneys. However, although he always tries to make room for his children, Atticus must employ a black woman Calpurnia, to help care for the children. The story begins with Jem and Scout arguing over the events leading the to the year Jem broke his arm, after consulting Atticus on this matter, Scout began to explain the history of their family...

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