Homework Question on Mockingbird
- Please write a book review in your own words, without using I or any can’t won’t or yall spell them out.
- “How to Kill a Mockingbird”
Homework Answer on Mockingbird
Myriads of occurrences, events, or challenges faced by human beings in the world today have been put down in writing in the form of novels, books, or articles. For instance, the oppression and discrimination witnessed by colored people in the US during the ancient times prompted authors to write novels and books about the same. “To Kill a Mockingbird,” which is reviewed in this paper, is one of the books that examine the injustices faced by blacks in the American judicial system.
“To Kill a Mockingbird” can be read by every person at some point in life either in or outside educational contexts. Depending on the context in which it is read, people have different experiences of reading the book. It is about known a man identified by the name Atticus, a widowed man, who lives in Alabama, Maycomb, together with his children, Jem and Atticus. The book gives an emphasis that Maycomb is not one of the best cities for people to live in as it is undergoing the Great Depression.
Atticus Finch is one of the characters in the novel, and he appears as role model and a hero because of the morality he exhibits as well as his physical attributes (Harper 5). In the book, Atticus is seen to provide important evidence with the aim of preventing the conviction of a black man by an all-white jury. The book further stresses the unacceptable events that surround the injustice served to a black man, perspectives that are strongly opposed in modern society.