Depending on what kind of English class you are taking, in what school and from what teacher, you will have to summarize either the novel as a whole or just its particular part or chapter.If your teacher assigns different students to summarize different chapters from the novel, then To Kill a Mockingbird essay questions will probably be the same for each student and for each chapter, with no regard to the fact that some themes or characters are next to absent in some chapters.
For example, as seen in even though he knows he will not win the case and is “licked" he goes ahead and pursues it anyway.
As a father his most important role seems to be as a teacher above all else and his children, much like the rest of the community respect him greatly for this.
As such, the question arises – what can you write in your essay to make it meaningful and exciting for your reader?
The thing you should understand is that nobody expects to read any revelations in a high school essay.
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In by Harper Lee, Atticus has a deceptively simple set of beliefs and values.
For the most part, what he believes can be boiled down to his simple phrase, “I do my best to love everybody" (112).
“I wanted you to see what real courage is…it’s when you know you’re licked before you begin but you begin anyway and you see it through, no matter what" (116).
The most important aspect of this in terms of the major themes in “To Kill a Mockingbird” presented via this character, it is that he does not just tell his children things he wants them to consider important, he actually follows through and lives according to such lessons.