To Kill A Mockingbird Essay: Poetic Justice

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Poetic Justice Essay You’ve probably heard it a million times before, and no one knows for sure if it is true. You will never forget your first love because there will probably always be that special and extraordinary spark between you. The very first time you feel comfortable around somebody, your first kiss, the first time he holds your hand in public and the first time you bring somebody home to meet your parents. In this story we see similar traits. Our narrator was in high school truly, madly, deeply in love with her fellow classmate named Jed Cunningham. Jed and our narrators love is described like the perfect first love. She loved him with all of her heart, even though they were very different, and never told each other what…show more content…
The narrator tells us that he is very spontaneous and was a person who didn’t think about past or future; he always lived for the day. His big dream was to live in a cottage in Ireland, drink and write poems, and have a life just as spontaneous as himself. In school he had a lot of friends, the popular nor the nerdy. He had the amazing ability to make friends no matter what type of person they were. The teachers didn’t like him because he was too clever, he knew everything they tried to learn him. The narrator describes it as if he saw right through the teachers. And he seemed much more mature than the others. On page 1. Line. 10 -11 “ He was an old head, on young shoulders.” Our narrator was a ‘planner’ she had everything sorted out, and was sure of what she wanted to do in her future. She was not a wild or spontaneous person like Jed. But that was also one of their relationship’s contrasts, as mentioned before, their differences made them strong, but also weak in the end. The narrator is still a person who is sure of herself; she has grown up and proves it, when Jed told/texts that he drove his wife insane because she wasn’t our narrator, and she didn’t reply, because she knew she can’t be stuck in her past, and can’t go back to her high school love life. She has a grown-up life

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