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To Kill a Mockingbird Vs Remember the Titans

Summary: Compares the Harper Lee novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, to the film Remember the Titans. Discusses the issue of optimism vs. pessimism. Describes how the opposite outlooks had contradictory affects on the minds and emotions of their readers and viewers.

"Optimism doesn't wait on facts. It deals with prospects. Pessimism is a waste of time." -Norman Cousins. Pessimism and optimism can give very different perspectives and often too much influence on important situations. In the story To Kill a Mockingbird and the movie Remember the Titans, the opposite outlooks had contradictory affects on the minds and emotions of their readers and viewers. Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird carries on a pessimistic mood throughout the tale in contrast to the film Remember the Titans which was more optimistic from beginning to end.

To begin with, school was one key topic that was pessimisticly presented in To Kill a Mockingbird, whereas Remember the Titans approached it inspiringly with much optimism. In Lee's book, Scout Finch hated school and tried hard to think of every possible way to bargain for her freedom. The author...

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