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"To Kill a Mockingbird" is, as I said, a time capsule. It expresses the liberal pieties of a more innocent time, the early 1960s, and it goes very easy on the realities of small-town Alabama in the 1930s. One of the most dramatic scenes shows a lynch mob facing Atticus, who is all by himself on the jailhouse steps the night before Tom Robinson's trial. The mob is armed and prepared to break in and hang Robinson, but Scout bursts onto the scene, recognizes a poor farmer who has been befriended by her father, and shames him (and all the other men) into leaving. Her speech is a calculated strategic exercise, masked as the innocent words of a child; one shot of her eyes shows she realizes exactly what she's doing. Could a child turn away a lynch mob at that time, in that place? Isn't it nice to think so. Series Directed by Campbell Logan


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Dystopian stories are often described as warnings, but they can also be Rorschach blots. Readers dive in with specific fears — about technology, society, or the future — and find an allegory to validate them. And Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury’s classic 1953 novel, is a perfectly adaptable cautionary tale. It’s an elegant high-concept story backed by a complicated web of broad social complaints, critiquing everything from social justice to the zipper. This might be why it’s produced two dramatically different films: one from French auteur François Truffaut in 1966, and the other from 99 Homes director Ramin Bahrani, premiering this weekend on HBO. A scene from the play performed in the actual courthouse in Monroeville

Teacher Guide to There are many ways to enjoy stories and every one of them are valid and useful. Graphic novels are one more way to enjoy books and I’m very pleased to have discovered, and approached it with an open mind, this format, which gives me an even deeper appreciation for classic or familiar stories, but also brings new and imaginative ones to my attention, broadening my scope of learning and entertainment.

• Use mdy dates from May 2016 This is an example of imagery in To Kill a Mockingbird. Scout was describing the Radley house at the beginning of the boooook. Scout said “The house was low, was once white with a deep front porch and green shutters, but had long ago darkened to the color of the slate-grey yard around it.” She gives examples of colors and what it looked like.

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Sexism is explored in the novel through Scout and her constant battle to engage in behaviors she finds interesting and exciting instead of the behaviors that people like aunt Alexandra feel are more appropriate for a girl. Part of Scout’s development as a person is her journey from simple perplexity at these pressures to an understanding that society as a whole expects certain things from her solely due to her gender.

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A variety of other themes in the novel besides censorship have been suggested. Two major themes are resistance to conformity and control of individuals via technology and mass media. Bradbury explores how the government is able to use mass media to influence society and suppress individualism through book burning. The characters Beatty and Faber point out that the American population is to blame. Due to their constant desire for a simplistic, positive image, books must be suppressed. Beatty blames the minority groups, who would take offense to published works that displayed them in an unfavorable light. Faber went further to state that the American population simply stopped reading on their own. He notes that the book burnings themselves became a form of entertainment for the general public. [86] • Maranhão

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Although he and George Wickham were raised together just like they were brothers, they ended up becoming enemies later due to how Wickham treated Georgiana, and spurned the life Darcy's father had planned for Wickham. When Wickham acquired debts around Derbyshire, Darcy paid them off, in part as a courtesy to his father, but also to uphold his family prestige. After Wickham ran away with Lydia, Darcy blamed himself for not telling the truth about Wickham, and letting Elizabeth's family be ruined. Out of love for Elizabeth and to make up for his own pride, he ensured that Lydia and Wickham married, and that Wickham would continue to serve in the army. He continued to help Wickham's career and pay off debts, for his father's sake and Elizabeth's. • Rosetta Stone

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As time went by, Bradbury tended to dismiss censorship as a chief motivating factor for writing the story. Instead he usually claimed that the real messages of Fahrenheit 451 were about the dangers of an illiterate society infatuated with mass media and the threat of minority and special interest groups to books. In the late 1950s, Bradbury recounted: electronic bees futuristic "seashell ear-thimbles" that block out thoughts and supplant them with mindless entertainment.

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But this book isn't merely some kind of morality play. The story itself follows the transition of Guy Montag, from a book-leery, burn-happy "fireman" into a man who is on the run for not only possessing books, but killing a fellow fireman to protect them. There's action. There's intrigue. Ther's violence. There's character development. There's a story that you can actually follow and stay interested in. There's one particularly vivid and chilling description of a woman's final moment of life before a nuclear bomb goes off over her head. And yes, woven seamlessly into the exciting narrative are plenty of ideas to ponder regarding our direction as a society and the danger of never pursuing knowledge deeper than who got booted off 'Big Brother'. ...more • To Your Scattered Bodies Go by Philip José Farmer (1972)

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World “This is all you need to know. Anything else will make you sick. Crazy.” So says Michael Shannon, playing a captain of a brigade of “firemen” in HBO’s new film adaptation of Fahrenheit 451. He shows a group of schoolchildren emojified editions of the Bible, To the Lighthouse and Moby-Dick, text-length communiqués studded with pictorial symbols.

When my students read To Kill a Mockingbird, we are working on a variety of skills, including synthesizing main idea and themes across texts. After teaching this text dozens of times, I've put together my favorite paired texts for you. Included in this bundle are 5 texts, 75+ pages, and 100+ questio Depression, but Atticus is a prominent lawyer and the Finch family

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When Montag, the protagonist who works as a fireman in the community, meets his neighbor, Clarisse, he is instantly aware of how different she is from other people in his community. She looks him in the eye and listens to him. The first time they meet, Clarisse asks, 'Is it true that long ago firemen put fires out instead of going to start them?' Montag laughs at the odd question. Everyone knows that houses have always been fireproof! 'Strange. I heard once that a long time ago houses used to burn by accident and they needed firemen to stop the flames,' says Clarisse. While thinking she is odd, Montag enjoys talking to Clarisse and looks forward to seeing her each night on the way home from work. Until Clarisse, Montag had never really considered his job. Montag Begins to Wonder His age was

Elmer Bernstein To Kill a Mockingbird, American dramatic film, released in 1962, that was adapted from Harper Lee’s coming-of-age novel that addressed racism and injustice. The movie is widely regarded as an American classic.

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Elizabeth and Darcy's evolving relationship is the main focus of the novel. In the beginning, Mr. Darcy does not think much of Elizabeth because of seeing her as inferior to him in class. However, he started to admire her beauty and intellect as they become better acquainted, but was still held back by their difference in class. Mr. Darcy proposed to her, still stating how they are not equal, but he still loves her with the utmost passion. He is taken aback when Elizabeth rejects him, and states that she never considered him as a potential husband due to his prideful manner. Hurt by his own pride, he writes to Elizabeth to explain himself, but later regrets this, as he comes to understand his own pride & ill-formed prejudices. We should have known Amma Crellin was trouble when she casually dropped that infamous line from Machiavelli’s The Prince: “It’s safer to be feared than loved.” It’s not exactly a text that most high-school freshmen read, and Machiavelli wasn’t exactly subtle in his beliefs that murder and treachery are all just part of the power struggle. But Amma kept us guessing about what lurked in that booze-soaked, dollhouse-furniture-obsessed little mind, swinging wildly from beribboned Stepford child to after-school-special victim. Troubled? Definitely. In need of a therapist? Holy hell, yes. A vicious serial killer? Eh, that wasn’t so clear.

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