Wat I Have to Rite a Paper?

Wat I Have to Rite a Paper?

  • Submitted By: Hungry
  • Date Submitted: 08/06/2008 6:48 AM
  • Category: English
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OH man this is bogus, i just need to have a look as some essays to get an idead of what to write the whole problem is that i suck as english and only needed some ideas and help.

Is this enough?
heres my last english assignment anyway it realy sucks but here ya go. ps tips on where im going wrong would be apreaciated.

To Kill a Mocking Bird

The popular novel “To Kill a Mocking Bird” by Harper Lee is famous for the impact that it made in regards with the civil rights movement in the 1960s. The novel deals this the issue of racism and discrimination against African Americans and the need for equality and justice among the races. The context of the setting and time of the novel, with respect to my own personal attitudes as a 21st centaury citizen, has shaped my understanding of the novel and the issues presented. In the way that “To Kill a Mocking Bird” is written I was able to reflect the morals of the story onto my own past experiences in the way that prejudice can occur anywhere and that everyone should have equal rights

The southern towns of America are represented in the way of Maycomb, in relation to attitudes and beliefs of a “white world” and prejudice between the races.
When reading “To Kill a Mocking Bird” I thought that people of Maycomb/southern American towns, were just resist people, that thought that every black person was below them and that the difference of skin colour mattered more than true justice.
This was not so, the people didn’t know any other way of living because black people have always been treated this way and like most stereotypical southern Americans they where simply ignorant/scared of change.
Despite these values of white supremacy and slavery there is one good egg in the story, Atticus finch, an honest man with two kids, that is standing up for equal rights and justice despite all odds against him. Atticus puts forward an image of hope and change from these old ways that no one has...

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