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    My English teacher has set me this piece of homework, and I'm supposed to be finding out about hate in To Kill a Mockingbird, but I can't find anything - not even if any of my Revision Guides

    A little help please?
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    It's about racism, it's not exactly hard to find hatred in TKAM

    the wikipedia page gives you more than enough to work from
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    (Original post by duddles95)
    My English teacher has set me this piece of homework, and I'm supposed to be finding out about hate in To Kill a Mockingbird, but I can't find anything - not even if any of my Revision Guides

    A little help please?
    Here you go:
    A black kid getting run over by a bus.
    Its in the book.
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    Nothing? On hate? Seriously?

    Jelly-covered midget jockeys, sure, but hate? That's so easy.
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    Have you even read TKAM? Seriously...hate isn't exactly subtle in the book...
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    (Original post by duddles95)
    My English teacher has set me this piece of homework, and I'm supposed to be finding out about hate in To Kill a Mockingbird, but I can't find anything - not even if any of my Revision Guides

    A little help please?
    This kid hasn't even read the book. :facepalm:
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    Do your own homework.
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Do your own homework.
    Thats mean. You should have said.."Read the dam book!" :lol:
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    (Original post by blueray)
    Thats mean. You should have said.."Read the dam book!" :lol:
    It's a great book as well, it's not like they are asking him to read something prosaic and dull. I will lend him one of my copies
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    It's a great book as well, it's not like they are asking him to read something prosaic and dull. I will lend him one of my copies
    Lol he can get it for free from his school
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    (Original post by blueray)
    Thats mean. You should have said.."Read the dam book!" :lol:
    which is exactly what i was going to say

    OP read the damn book
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    (Original post by blueray)
    Lol he can get it for free from his school
    Yes. But my copies are better.
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    which is exactly what i was going to say

    OP read the damn book
    You have reached the limit of how many posts you can rate today!
    I was gonna give that a pos rep!
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    The whole book circulates around racism and injustice. There's plenty of hate to pick out. O.O The trial scene and what occurs afterwards is saturated with it.
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    (Original post by blueray)
    Here you go:
    A black kid getting run over by a bus.
    Its in the book.
    Excellent inference and deduction skills.
    Original and sophisticated interpretations. A*
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    Hate is intertwined with the novel's plot throughout its duration. It is hate, whether driven by prejudice or personal matters, which enables Harper Lee to communicate the effects of discrimination, whether it be racial, sexist, status or centred around a person's "family background". Some of the key events in the novel, which are linked with this hatred are: the court trial, Bob Ewell attacking Jem and Scout, racism in general, events centred around Mrs Dubose, etc. You could also refer to the town's disapproval of Atticus defending Tom Robinson to the best of his ability. There are loads of possibilities.
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    OK - great sarcasm, people.

    I should have read more closely - I feel like a right idiot now...
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    (Original post by duddles95)
    OK - great sarcasm, people.

    I should have read more closely - I feel like a right idiot now...
    Wait, so you've actually read the book?

    :ashamed:
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    Excellent inference and deduction skills.
    Original and sophisticated interpretations. A*
    Lol thanks for the mark scheme
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    (Original post by duddles95)
    OK - great sarcasm, people.

    I should have read more closely - I feel like a right idiot now...
    The whole book is about hate. I'm not sure how you could have missed it!!
 
 
 
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