Hiyaa, for my English language coursework at A2 I have decided to do an investigation on how Atticus Finch's language changes from To Kill A Mockingbird and Go Set A Watchman. I haven't read either book in a while and was wondering if anyone could remind me of key points in both novels which would be good to compare? I also need to back all of my points up with theories so was wondering if anyone knows of any good language theories which I could talk about and discuss within my project. Thanks!
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