To Kill a Mockingbird Book ReviewKill a Mockingbird Book Review
Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird - Review | Manuals
To Kill a Mockingbird will never stop being a good book, and it will never stop inspirational' To Kill a Mockingbird is one of those novels that almost everyone learns at some point in their life. No matter whether you were compelled at college to study it, or whether you took a look at it because you asked everyone to do so, most humans have their own experiences with Mockingbird literacy.
This book is about Atticus Finch, who because of his morals and not his bodily abilities seems to be an unorthodox character and example. In To Kill a Mockingbird we focus on this sense of right and injustice and distinguish it from the mere observance of the laws. "Kill all the blujay you want when you can meet them, but keep in mind, it's a pity to kill a mock bird" is in itself an allusion to this embassy.
Since this is a general statement, the notion of doing the right thing obviously has a different significance according to when and where you read the book. When you take 1960, when the book was published, America was in a state of moral evolution, as societal inequalities were - very - overthrown.
Do you think Asticus Finch would tolerate that? When the book was written in the 1930', America was in the middle of the Great Depression. One could think that Asticus Finch was also steering his own dreams of an equitable, ethical company in the right directions. It is still open, without disavowing the consistency of the ethical messages and the sheer inventiveness of the book, whether, as with all classic books, school children should be compelled to study the novel and go through it page by page.
It is the splendour of writing and the reasons why I like it so much that a novelist finally has to give up the importance of his book. It is important to remember that a real play of writing, like To Kill a Mockingbird, makes sense in every era and that Atticus Finch's messages should be listened to today in the middle of all the world conflict that we are hearing about on the nightly newscast.
It is a sad idea to think that all over the whole planet today there is a tyranny or an unjust legal system for a child, and I think a contemporary Atticus Finch would approve. Now Atticus would defend topics that Harper Lee did not consider when he wrote the book, such as the laws of gays and lesbians, because the focus of his nature is the acceptability of humans.
The Atticus Finch is not hostile to foreigners or Homophob. Atticus Finch might even be an anti-animalist. but what I'm going to say is that I'm not against it for the book's sake. No. I' ve had many books to look forward to, that I've laid down and that I haven't thought about since.
However, I believe that Mockingbird is a book that should be studied, whether in schools or in adulthood (or both), without full and total absorbtion. It is a book with so many levels of significance that you can get so much out of it. For my part, I know that To Kill a Mockingbird is a book that has really made a difference in my own lives and that every tim I think about it, I find something new that I incorporate into my own ethical codex.
For whatever happens, it will never stop being a good book and it will never stop to inspire good souls. You want to tell the rest of the word about a book you've been reading? Enter the site and submit your review!