To Kill a mocking Bird

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To Kill a mocking Bird

The story is told by a mature narrator who is looking back on herself as a child. Scout naivetyand childish view of the world is highlighted by the reader often understanding events better than scout herself.

To Kill a Mockingbird is about the narrators growth of awareness. The narrator is taken from a period of innocence through to a state of compartive maturity. In these notes , chapter 1-11 are reffered to as ' Lessons the children learn' because these chapters focus specificaly on Scout and Jem but the learning is not stopped here and a new lesson is learned about some aspect of life in almost every chapter, for instance through their observation and participation during and following the trial.

To Kill a Mocking Bird

Growing Up




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