Theme Of Ramshadowing In To Kill A Mockingbird

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In the book there are many elements that the author mentions, which are also in the movie. Foreshadowing- Mr. Elwell approached Atticus, cursed him, spat him, and threaten to kill him. Imagery-The Maycomb County courthouse was faintly reminiscent of Arlington in one respect; the concrete pillars supporting its south roof were too heavy for their light burden. Conflict- We were nearly to the road when I felt Jem’s hand leave me, felt him jerk backwards to the ground. More scuffling, and there came a dull crunching sound and Jem screamed. Characterization- Atticus lawing for African-Americans as had I, and I took it for granted that he kept his temper, he had a naturally tranquil disposition and a slow fuse. Mood- The back of the Radley house was less inviting than the front, a ramshackle porch ran the width of the house, and there were two doors and two dark windows between the doors. Instead of a column, a rough two-by-four supported one end of the roof. An old Franklin stove sat in a corner of the porch; above it a hat-rack mirror caught the moon and shone eerily…show more content…
Motifs- Remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird. Mockingbirds don’t do one thing but make music for us to enjoy, but sing their hearts out for us. That’s why it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird. Setting- Maycomb, Alabama Universal Statements- Sometimes we have to make the best of things, and the way we conduct ourselves when the chips are do. In the book the characters of Atticus, Jem, and Scout have you captivated. I did not enjoy the movie because it didn’t explain things as much as I would have liked it to. Also in the movie they did not show some of the scenes which occurred in the book and I believe that those scenes are important. Overall To Kill a Mockingbird is a good book that I really enjoyed
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