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To Kill a Mockingbird

Harper Lee

Context

Plot Overview

Character List

Analysis of Major Characters

Themes, Motifs & Symbols

Summary & Analysis

Part One, Chapter 1

Chapters 2–3

Chapters 4–6

Chapters 7–8

Chapters 9–11

Part Two, Chapters 12–13

Chapters 14–15

Chapters 16–17

Chapters 18–19

Chapters 20–22

Chapters 23–25

Chapters 26–27

Chapters 28–31

Important Quotations Explained

Key Facts

Study Questions & Essay Topics

Quiz

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Before a Graded Activity for TKAM

by Pluckydoodle, December 16, 2012

I don't know about others, but it helped me a lot to take the quiz over To Kill a Mockingbird before I had a timed writing the next day. It really helped me review and keep straight the facts in the novel. This is the first time I tried taking a quiz, and I will definitely do it again with other novels in the future.

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TKAM

by DogEluvr, January 06, 2013

I actually already read the book in my English class about a month ago, and you have to admit, the begaining is kind of boring. And actually most of the book is boring. But the end was so good, that i just sat there and read for like, two hours. I really wanted to know why everyone calls it an important literature book.

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More Quotes

by CleverSpark, February 18, 2013

Needs a few more Quotations from Atticus, and also one quote will be useful as well: "Your father's the same in the courtroom as he is in the street" Miss Maudie

Hope this helps

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