Free Essays on Never Judge A Book By Its Cover

  1. Dont Judge D Buk by Its Covrr

    Don't judge a book by its cover means not to judge people or things by what they look like from the outside. People shouldn't be judged by how they look but be judged by their actions. It actually means that people cannot be judged by what they appear like to you at first, it is necessary to get to know...

  2. dont judge a book by its cover

    2013 Don’t judge a book by its cover I tend to judge people to quickly without even knowing anything about them. I was always told “don’t judge a book by its cover”, by English proverbs, which is true. You cannot tell what is on the inside just by looking at the outside of things, and I never know what...

  3. Gsgsgdsg

    The literal meaning is don't look at a book's cover and judge it based on that alone. Content should be what you judge, not the cover. The figurative meaning applies to other things than books. Basically, for example, don't look at a person and judge them based on their outward appearance (looks...

  4. Testing

    social, economical and physical backgrounds. Through the years I have learned to never judge a book by its cover and have learned that working with different types of people may have its challenges at times, but it is never impossible to work with different types of people regardless of their backgrounds...

  5. Only God Can Judge Me

    Only God can Judge me ! Do you judge people by the clothes they wear? Did you ever tried judging people by their look? Did anyone judge you? How would you feel getting judge? To me I never did judge people by their cover, I rather meet them in their inside than their outside because their inside...

  6. Poetry

    Throughout my high school career, I have read many books for English classes as well as independently. I have had enjoyed many of them such as Huck Finn, Flags of Our Fathers, Of Mice and Men, and Frankenstein. Although I enjoyed reading each one of these books, my favorite had to be “The Things They Carried”...

  7. Worldview and Identity

    world is if my father did not get the money he expected too out of raising tobacco and farming. I never really thought about how big the world was and how many more serious issues there were. I’ve never been out of the small town except for occasional vacations in the summer to Florida. I feel like...

  8. Persuasive speech

     Monroe’s Motivated Sequence 60 Second Sales Speech Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience to never judge someone for how they look. uThesis Statement: Apply this simple steps to stop being judgmental, 1) don’t pass judgment 2) understand 3) accept 4) Love I. Attention (How will vthyou...

  9. Dont Judge a Book by Its Cover

    told us as children are normally correct, and we teach them to our children. My mother was adamant about teaching me that you should “never judge a book by its cover”. Some examples of what she meant are: the color of someone’s skin, the way they dress, the type of car they drive, anything that might...

  10. knklnkl

    down and made me see the brighter things in life who would have thought this country wild man would be such an incredible friend. Never judge a book by its cover, because although Daryl’s looks and character might come off to be something or characteristic of a person that some people don’t like...

  11. Beauty and the Beast

    Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover The story “A Doll House” (Isben 1189) shows that a person should never judge a book by the cover. At the beginning of the story it would appear that Torvald and Nora Helmer have the picture perfect marriage. Torvald seems to be a doting, loving husband who has a high...

  12. Appearance - 1

    This narrows down the clothing and accessories one wears. Although appearance should not be how we judge a person, most of us get that habit from our family. Unfortunately, the reality is that people judge others by outer appearance. As Brent Staples describes in his story, “Youngish black man-a broad...

  13. What Goes Around Comes Around

    comes around.” Most of the time people look down on or look over a person because they feel that person is unimportant to them. You should never judge a book by its cover because; like my Great Aunt used to tell me “The toes you step on one day may be connected to the butt you will have to kiss tomorrow”...

  14. Miss

    Many people judge someone or something by their first thoughts. For example, if you see a man walking down the streets wearing dirty clothes, hasn’t shaven and looks dirty, you’ll immediately think that he’s homeless. Right there, you judged him without even thinking twice why he may look like that....

  15. Pericles

    “Boo” Radley. Later on in the story Scout realized to never judge a book by its cover because you will never know who the person really is. This is a really big part of the book and there are a number of reasons why. In the beginning of the book, Scout was terrified of Boo and would make plays with...

  16. To Kill a Mockingbird Essay

    Throughout To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee uses many literary devices such as imagery, metaphors, and symbolism to portray the themes in the book and lecture the audience about human nature. For example, Scout is used to portray the loss of innocence through her life experience with her relatives...

  17. Macbeth Paper

    Ryan Coyle Ms.DeStefano 11R Follow Your Heart No one can judge a book by its cover. The value of something is not always obvious from what is seen on the surface, but from experience and learned by your heart. Antoine de Saint-Exumpery once said, “It is only with the heart that can see rightly…”...

  18. From Screen to Page

    There are many books I own that still sit on my book shelf near the fireplace with the label "to be read". I wish to one day complete my 'books to read" list in the future. It would be much easier to manage my collection if it was digitalized into e- books. Today no literature is difficult to find...

  19. Stereotypes/ the Glass Castle

    they did the walls family had much potential and were very well educated in their own ways. People need to live by the quote “Never judge a book by its cover” because you never know who they are until you meet them. In todays society people tend to stereotype others in many ways. The media has created...

  20. Cathedral Essay

    El Ikor Professor Ravita English 1102 February 21, 2013 Cathedral Essay Don’t judge a book by its cover. Judge not, lest ye be judged. Two’s company and three’s a crowd. These are all well- known clichés that Raymond Carver was able to incorporate into his short story Cathedral. These clichés...

  21. Around the River Bend

    Philip Squire March 29, 2011 2nd Hour Literary Essay: Around the River Bend Have you ever heard your mom nagging, “Don’t judge a book by its cover”? Well, that’s this story’s lesson except this short story does it better. In literature, authors frequently write about one character who is looking...

  22. You Can't Always Judge a Book by Its Cover

    September 2012 You Can’t Always Judge a Book by its Cover "Never judge a book by its cover" is an old saying that has been around for many years. It was said by many people who had good intentions for teaching us valuable lessons. The intended lesson was that we should not judge people based on their physical...

  23. Communicating Through Attire

    forced to wear a certain type of apparel due to their culture or religion. Society should never outcast and place them in individual groups just because they dress different from others. First off, society should never discriminate against an individual because they want to wear a particular type of clothing...

  24. 2hat

    Why do we judge what we do not know? I believe people should not judge people by their external appearance, and should at least speak with a person before making a judgment. You can’t judge a person character base on appearance and that why many of us make unfair and bias assumption of others. What...

  25. Never Judge a Book by Its Cover

    Sierra Beckham English 1301.103 Never Judge a Book by its Cover Viewing my home from the outside you may think an elderly couple who have fallen behind on their outside chores must live there. Or maybe even a non English speaking family because of the home’s location. In reality nothing is quite...

  26. Catcher in the Rye

    or protagonist of the book, he is a character that is, sort of  “out of place” in the environment her lives in. Out of his many eccentric characteristics, Holden mostly focuses on the people surrounding hi. He believes that the world he lives in is phony, and that every one judges one another by appearance...

  27. Summary

    Dear Sir or Madam, I participated in the Explore class of 2007 and I have never been the same since. It was one of the most life changing experiences I think a youth can go through. I wasn’t one of the first picked students to be in the program, my math marks weren’t entirely up to par and we all weren’t...

  28. Judging others by their appearances

    their appearance, we see their outlook as a reflection of their personality or on how they live their lives. We are human beings; we are so quick to judge others. I know that judging others will hurt them because in the first place nobody likes it. As for me I do not like people judging others especially...

  29. Lincoln at Peoria

    the South. He would go against his beliefs in order to do this. Majority of Americans saw Lincoln as someone who was not very educated, for Lincoln never held any office. His burst onto the political stage was very abrupt. Abraham Lincoln’s main goals as president were to hold the country together...

  30. Building Character Book Review

    Character Book Review “Do not be satisfied until you have put yourselves into that atmosphere where you can seize and hold onto the very highest and most beautiful things that can be got out of life.” It is surprising how much you can judge a book by its cover. Building Character would never be a book that...