To Kill A Mocking Bird
Harper Lee wrote an extraordinary novel, describing life and the way we are as people in society. Her book set an example for all people to learn off of. Lee?s novel that was fist published in 1960, was a huge success. The book was such a revolution it was later made into a movie. The book was awarded the Pulitzer Prize, and the movie was accredited with an Academy Award for Gregory Peck as Best Male actor. The novel and the book were equally credited in awards and prizes. I think the book was the better of the two since it had greater detail and more influential characters.
The novel ran a long and detailed version of the town, and the town?s people. The book gives an in depth looks at the town?s people?s views, and their ways.
All the characters play an intricate part of a giant puzzle. This mosaic of people leads the town to be the way they are. In the movie, many of the characters are left out and if they do appear they have very small roles that are not as impacting as in the novel.
The movie leaves
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