Kill A Mockingbird, The Difference Between The Book And The Movie '

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Title: “To Kill a Mockingbird, The Difference between the Book and The Movie.”
Introduction: To Kill a Mockingbird is a novel that was written in 1960 around characters in the town of Maycomb where a black man is accused of raping a white woman and the case is to be handled by the best attorney in Maycomb by the name of Atticus Finch. Atticus has a son named Jem and a daughter named Scout, and Jem and Scout see the world in innocent eyes, as the story is narrated from Scout’s point of view. It is later that both Scout and Jem will find out that things are not as good as they seem and that many things are more different and difficult than what they know. There are different things that takes place between the film and the book that makes a difference to the readers of the book or watchers of the film. The book gives more vivid details at to everything that is taken place while somethings are not in the movie the books vivid details answers questions that the film cannot answer.
Thesis Statement: “To Kill a Mockingbird,” has many things that are different from the story’s plot which in the book shows that Atticus is frowned upon for accepting the case of Tom Robinson’s while the film shows otherwise, to the characters in the book showing more characters and the film having characters who played multiple roles, and the theme which shows why it is a sin “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
Body Paragraphs 1-2: Omitted Scenes.
I. “To Kill a Mockingbird” had scenes that were omitted…
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