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To Kill a Mockingbird(Chapter 11)
Transcript of To Kill a Mockingbird(Chapter 11)
-Mrs. Dubose house
This chapter is significant to the plot because it shows how Jem and Scout witness and understand courage. It also demonstrates Atticus's wish for them to judge a person's character by both their good qualities as well as their bad ones and to understand their situation. Mrs. Dubose appears to be rude and judgemental but also has a gentle side. She also illustrates a tremendous amount of courage through her elimination of her morphine addiction at the cost of more pain cast upon herself.
To Kill a Mockingbird
There was little to no historical content.
-Coming of age
-Coexistence of good and evil
-Appearance V.S. Reality
-Growing up (maturing)
-To teach Scout and Jem a lesson
-Showcase their growth as they are shown different sides of a character (Mrs. Dubose).
Acedemic and impersonal, often instructional
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Person vs. Self
- Jem going through some inner conflict.
-Mrs. Dubose fought against her own desires for morphine.
Person vs. Person
- Scout against Mrs. Dubose.
- Jem against Mrs. Dubose.
-The audience learn a bit about Atticus's mentality towards the Tom Robinson case.