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Kill a Mockingbird

Summary: Examines major themes from the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Describes how Harper Lee relates to the theme reaching beyond oneself by simply using literary elements such as point of view. Summarizes the story's plot.
Harpee Lee's book, To Kill a Mockingbird demonstrates the theme reaching beyond onself by characters from the novel. Reaching beyond oneself means experimenting, doing things you thought were impossible in life.

Kill a Mocking Bird, by Harper Lee relates to the theme reachong beyond oneself by simply using literary elements such as point of view. The story was being told in first-person narration by Jean-Louise Finch,scout. She gradually grew throughout the book by following her dads footsteps, as she reminisces. Scout's narrative technique has strength and some weakness, since she looks back and write about her childhood; following Atticus footsteps to success. MOst importantly foreshadowing was also used in the novel to make the reader anxious about what happens next. An example of foreshadowing being used was when Bob Ewell threatened Attitcus and his family after defending Tom abd embarrasing him in the court room. Eventually...

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