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Essay | Education under the Magnifying Glass.

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Education under the Magnifying Glass.

Summary: This essay is a brief introspection into the theme of education presented in the first six chapters of Harper Lee's book, 'To Kill a Mockingbird.'
In the literary world, the word `education' has conceptually remained the same since Harper Lee's time. Most people associate education with only being able to add 2 + 2 together. Some believe that true education can never be translated outside the boundaries of the school while others think that all education is good. Harper Lee's book, `To Kill a Mockingbird' brings us to a different conclusion about true education through the experiences of the many characters involved in the novel namely Scout and Jem. When highlighting the theme of education from chapters 1 - 6, one has to divide it into two headings, logical education and social education.

It is only proper to begin from the school, an ancient establishment committed to spread education in its completeness. " I never looked forward more to anything in my life," is a quote which expresses very well Scout's enthusiasm to start her school...

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