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Critical book review for "To Kill a Mockingbird"?

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Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 20:03
Well a review is your thoughts toward the book, what you felt, did you agree with what happened, ect. I guess you can mostly summarize the main events including your perspective. I would include the main idea, authors message, conflict, resolution. the main idea of that book is mainly why it is wrong to judge someone.Tom Robinson should have been proven innocent. So, I guess just write a summary in your own perspective.
Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 20:16
It's about a white man Gregory Peck in the movie. Seeing a terrible injustice to a ***** man. Standing up for him in a time That *****'s weren't even allowed any rights at all. It was a positive turning point in society law and human kind. apparently yahoo has it's filters set to exclude the word N.E.G.R.O. Try Wikopedia.com

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