To Kill a Mockingbird Essay | Student Essay

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To Kill a Mockingbird: A Child's Perspective

Summary: Review the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee. Describes how Lee utilizes the child characters to give a unique perspective to the story, allowing the reader to view the story without bias.
Sometimes, life is like a box of exploding poison ninja stars. It can be frustrating when the people you love most do things that hurt you. That girlfriend/boyfriend kick your face in? Maybe they are stressed. Complete strangers walking up to you and laughing at your atrocious fashion sense? Maybe they are insecure in their own images. Everyone has had something done to them that they did not like or understand. It makes you wonder why people behave the way they do. It is because everyone has motives, there's always a story behind the action. People do not really do things randomly, mostly they have reasons for what they do. To truly understand a person you have to view life from their perspective, you have to see the world as they see it. Stopping and thinking about others feelings on issues can...

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