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Juxtaposition

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Marissa Pierik

on 16 May 2013

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Juxtaposition By: Nathalie, Michelle, Stefka and Marissa Atticus Finch v.s.
Aunt Alexandra Tom Robinson v.s. Bob Ewell Jem v.s. Scout Miss Maudie v.s Miss Stephanie Miss Maudie Atticus Bob Ewell Jem Jem Gets along with Aunt Alexandria Miss Maudie Scout She is a tomboy, and acts
more like a boy than a girl Miss Stephanie Conclusion In To Kill a Mockingbird the
characters are very different Not impulsive Cares about what people think of him Much more mature This makes for a very complex story Thank- you for listening! :) "Stephanie Crawford even told me once she woke up in the night and found him looking in the window at her. I said what did you do, Stephanie, move over in the bed and make room for him? That shut her up for a while." (Lee, 48) "According to Miss Stephanie Crawford, Boo was sitting in the living room cutting some items from 'The Maycomb Tribune'
to paste in his scrapbook. His father entered the room. As Mr.Radley passed by, Boo drove the scissors into his parents leg, pulled them out, wiped them on his pants and resumed his activities." (Lee 12) Outgoing and adventurous Very Intelligent Doesn't care about what people think of her Impulsive and Immature Cares about his sister " Don't eat things you find Scout" (Lee, 44) "you oughta let your mother know where you are." (Lee, 187) Juxtaposition: the act of placing dissimilar events or people side by side and comparing their differences. Juxtaposition: the act of placing dissimilar events or people side by side and comparing their differences. In To Kill A Mocking Bird Jem and Scout Miss Maudie and Miss Stephanie Atticus and Aunt Alexandra Bob Ewell and Tom Robinson Miss Stephanie Loves to bake and garden Loving, understanding,
cheerful and positive lady Not judgemental Credible in the eyes
of the children Comforts and explains racism
and prejudice to the children Demonstrates courage and
tells stories about Atticus She uses her wisdom to
counter rude comments Loves to be the center
of attention and wants to
know everyone's business Spreads gossip
about Boo Radley Not trustworthy Allows Miss Maudie to stay at
her house when Miss Maudie's
house burnt down After Miss Maudie's
cake recipe Gets along with
Aunt Alexandria Not impulsive Cares about what
people think of him More mature Cares about his
sister Scout She is a tomboy Very intelligent Doesn't care about what
people think of her Outgoing and
adventurous Impulsive and
Immature Very Wise Fatherly, cares a lot
about his children Does not care about
what people think of him Not Prejudice Willing to take the beatings
for other people Aunt Alexandra At first she was a
mean old widow Does not like how
Atticus runs his family Does not like how Scout dresses She is a gossip! Prejudice At the end she is nice and cares
for the children Disrespectful Alcoholic Mean to his family
very selfish Guilty and deserves to
be punished Tom Robinson Respectful Kind and willing to help Innocent and
Harmless Conclusion In To Kill a Mockingbird characters are very different This makes for a very complex story Thanks for listening!
:) Dangerous Disgrace to the
White Community Respected in
Black Community
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