Analysis Of The Book ' Of Kill A Mockingbird '

1271 Words Apr 27th, 2015 6 Pages
Journey Tasopulos
Brannen
ELA-8
19 April, 2015

Novel Analysis: To Kill A Mockingbird Selection:
I selected this book because its the best book I have ever read. I read To Kill A Mockingbird last year and my class wrote an essay about this book, since I already know so much about this book I thought it would be a nice and quick read. I thought it would be a great enjoyment to refresh my memory of this epic book. I watched the movie soon after I read the whole book and it was very fun to pick out the not-placed and wrong-worded parts of the movie. To Kill A Mockingbird is about a sister, brother, and their friend Dill finding items in their neighbors tree, soon after this their father was the lawyer of a case on an african american.
Genre:
To Kill A Mockingbird is a historical realistic mystery all combined to create an award winning book. This book is historical because it has to do with the time period they are in, the Great Depression. The clothing they wear is cheaply made and bought, there is a court case with the law that is based on an “undone” crime, but is charged because of racial issues and this has to do with the realistic category. To Kill A Mockingbird is a mystery because there are new rising and falling actions almost every chapter in the book that the reader would have no clue what would happen. Above all of these genres, To Kill A Mockingbird is a classic. This book has been publishing for over 40 years!
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