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Comparison of the novel To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee and the Film

Summary: Comparing the movie "To Kill a Mockingbird" to the novel written by Harper Lee. Essay focuses on the different portrayals of Scout in the film and the novel as well as ways in which Atticus Finch is characterized differently in each medium.
To Kill A Mockingbird

The astonishing Academy award winning movie "To Kill A Mocking Bird" set in the 1930's, released in 1962, brings Harper Lee's classic novel of childhood in a sleepy Southern town to life through Oscar winning performances by Gregory Peck, and other exceptionally brilliant characters. Unlike the novel which portrays Scout as the main character and where the theme of childhood central, the movie is more of a court room drama. In the movie it is Gregory Peck (or Atticus Finch) who plays a powerful role, as a conscientious lawyer, a highly principled man, and a responsible father to Jem and Scout.

Jem played by Philip Alford and Scout (Mary Bednam) are ordinary children, spending their time going to school and playing outside, especially with their new friend Dill. They have a weird attraction...

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