Rating: ⅗ By Unai van Dommelen The book To Kill a Mockingbird written by Harper Lee talks about the life of a child in the deep South during the 1930s. The book later turned into a movie in 1962, directed by Robert Mulligan, the movie had left out a lot of parts in the book, … Continue reading The To Kill A Mockingbird movie does the exact opposite what the book does.
How can the characters’ responses to the dilemmas they face in a society characterized by sharp divisions around race, class, age, and gender, help us think about our choices in the face of similar dilemmas in our own lives? What models of moral and ethical behavior do the characters offer to us that we might … Continue reading Journal entry 6
Are there some fights you can have with friends that make it impossible to remain friends? What types of fights are those? Yes, there are fights that are impossible to fix with friends. These fights have to be very big though to totally separate them. These fight can start with disagreement or different points … Continue reading Readers Response #2