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Quotations From "To Kill a Mockingbird"

To Kill a Mockingbird is an American classic. Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel on racial injustice in a small Southern town is just about everyone's favorite book. Lee tells a heart rending tale from the perspective of a six year old girl. The outcome is a tough yet tender novel dealing with racial prejudice, delayed justice, and the pain of growing up. As with most bestsellers, this book went on to become a Hollywood production. To Kill a Mockingbird is here to stay in our hearts forever -- be it through the book, the movie, or the quotes.

To Kill a Mockingbird Quotes
"To Kill a Mockingbird" quotes are an inspiration to all fathers. Atticus Finch is one of literature's strongest father figures. He is a widower who is a dedicated father. He never minces words when he has to teach his children how to differentiate between right and wrong. In these "To Kill a Mockingbird" quotes, Atticus Finch expresses his feelings to his children to prepare them for the harsh realities of life.

To Kill a Mocking Bird Quotes
When Harper Lee wrote her famous narrative, To Kill a Mockingbird, she could not have imagined that people would misspell the title! To give you some background information about mockingbirds; they are slim, grey birds, which can mimic the songs of 40 different birds. "'Mocking bird" (which is a misspelling) has a different connotation. Internet search survey reveals that the title of the book is often wrongly misspelled as 'To Kill a Mocking Bird'.

To Kill a Mockingbird Quote
Harper Lee summarizes the story in the title -- To Kill a Mockingbird. A mockingbird represents innocence. The story tells us of an innocent man who is sentenced due to racial prejudice. The plot is set in an era with severe racial injustice. Every "To Kill a Mockingbird" quote on this page preaches a universal truth. Learn from each "To Kill a Mockingbird" quote in this collection.

To Kill a Mockingbird Quotations
The beauty of this narrative, "To Kill a Mockingbird," is that each character has flaws, just as in real-life. This helps the readers connect with the characters. Get into the skin of each character with these "To Kill a Mockingbird" quotations.

Quotes From "To Kill a Mockingbird"
To Kill a Mockingbird is a narration by Scout Finch -- a character based on Harper Lee's childhood. These quotes from "To Kill a Mockingbird" give you a glimpse of Harper Lee's word power and her storytelling skills. The novel is about Scout's journey through life in which she realizes that racism and inequality are rampant in her town. Read...

Quotes: To Kill a Mockingbird
The movie To Kill a Mockingbird is as engaging as the novel it is based upon. Watch the courtroom scenes and you will be moved by the amazing performances. If you have watched the movie and enjoyed it, you will certainly enjoy these quotes. To Kill a Mockingbird deals with racial prejudice and is not a mundane social crusade against racism. On this page, Atticus Finch, the lawyer expresses the superficiality of racial segregation.

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