Book Review : Harper ' Kill A Mockingbird '

3913 Words Jun 15th, 2015 16 Pages
Cheyenne Clough
Mrs.Snipes
English 4 H Per. 7
1 June 2015
To Kill A Mockingbird Study Guide
Chapter 1-3 :
(Character Chart)
Jean (Scout) Louise is telling the story from a child’s perspective and helping learning how to be a proper young lady and understand what will happen later in the future.
The story took place during the Great Depression in a fictional old town, Maycomb, ALabama.
The kids met Dill in Maycomb when he comes and visits his Aunt Rachel, which happens to be their neighbor only during the summer time. Dill is from Meridian. Jem respected him when Dill told him he had seen the Dracula movie.
The Radley place fascinated Dill because it was a mysterious place that was home to the Radleys. Everyone wanted to know what Arthur (Boo) Radley looked like and was always curious about the house.
Dill dares Jem to run up to the Radley house and touch it.
The community’s views of the Radleys was that they were disgusted by them, but yet they have never really come and encountered with them.
Scout’s first “crime” at school was that she told her teacher that Atticus has taught her how to read and Calpurnia taught her how to write.
It was Calpurnia’s fault that Scout could write which is what caused Scout to get in trouble at school. “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view…until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” (p.35)
Scout fought with Walter Cunningham because she got in trouble for telling Miss Caroline Fisher…
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