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To Kill A Mockingbird Part 2

請先看一下 PART 1

: http://tw.knowledge.yahoo.com/question/?qid=110505...

以下是我的文章, 我想請會的人幫我改(如果有需要的話) 然後 最重要的是: 我INTRODUCTION 寫的不夠 還有我沒有CONCLUSION. 還有第三段太長了, 可以順便幫我切掉一些些嗎? 請知道TKAM的人幫幫我好嗎?

Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird is an astounding portrayal of Southern tradition and human dignity, a novel whose themes and lessons transcends time and place. The book is narrated by a young girl named Scout who matures over the course of the story from an innocent child to a morally conscience young adult.

The story commences during the summer in Maycomb County, Alabama, in a children's world. Scout is a young girl around the age of ten and her older brother Jem is about thirteen. Their summer days consist of playing make believe, fictional games from dawn until dusk with their friend, Dill, from Montgomery, Alabama. In the child's world, the twilight sky represents the rising sun, the dawn of a new day, and the commencement of a full day of children's games and activities. The child's world that exists during the daytime is a world flourishing with innocence and simplicity. However, the daytime is the only time when the child's world exists, for when the sun falls, curfews draw Scout, Jem, and Dill back to their homes for the evening. When daylight fades and the moon begins to rise, the games subside and the make believe, fictional world ceases to exist until following morning. The twilight sky portrayed on the cover represents a rising sun, and thus, the inconsequential child's world.

The children's world represented by theses signifiers is one where Scout's character represents innocence and purity. She is young, impression-able, and simple, and sees the world through unbiased lenses. She cannot yet, as Atticus tells her, see the world from other people's perspectives, but only from her own candid eyes. Atticus, the epitome of human dignity throughout the novel, stresses the importance of understanding other people to Scout. The significance of Scout's honesty and impartiality can clearly be seen the night she sneaks out of the house with Jem to find Atticus. The children find their father outside the county jail house guarding the black man inside from a lynching mob who came to hang him. Scout enters the group during a confrontation between Atticus and the mob. Scout, oblivious to the mob's intent, recognizes one of its members as her friend Walter's father, Mr. Cunningham. Scout attracts his attention and then asks Mr. Cunningham to say hello to his son for her. Scout's presence in the group and her harmless conversation with Mr. Cunnigham represent pure innocence and kindness of heart. Scout's connection with Mr. Cunningham brings him back to a moral, dignified state of mind where ethics and relationships have meaningful value. This noble connection influences Mr. Cunningham to act morally. He then gathers his men and leaves the jail, thus ending their barbarous mission. The triumphant unfolding signifies Scout's innocence and purity and, quite significantly, the initiation of her transition into the adult world.

The trial of Tom Robinson and his unjustified conviction was an eye opener for Scout to the prejudices and unfairness of the adult world. Atticus, Scout, Jem, and several other members of Maycomb county knew Tom Robinson should not be convicted. However, the trial takes place in Maycomb County, Alabama. Tom Robinson is a black man, and as Atticus realistically stated, was dead the minute Mayella Ewell opened her mouth. The discrimination and prejudices are unintelligible to Scout, who learned not to be biased, but rather was taught equality by her virtuous father Atticus. In her adult world, Scout learns to treat all people fairly with dignity and respect.

看到這裡的人 真的很謝謝你 我很感激. T_T

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  • 匿名使用者
    1 0 年前
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    Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird is an astounding portrayal of Southern tradition and human dignity, a novel whose themes and lessons transcends time and place. The book is narrated by a young girl named Scout who matures over the course of the story from an innocent child to a morally conscience young adult.

    "To Kill a Mockingbird"

    themes → theme

    transcends → transcend

    conscience → conscious

    (intro 寫的不錯呀)

    The story commences during the summer in Maycomb County, Alabama, in a children's world.

    → The story takes place in a childhood summer in Maycomb, Alabama.

    Scout is a young girl around the age of ten and her older brother Jem is about thirteen.

    Their summer days consist of playing make believe, fictional games from dawn until dusk with their friend, Dill, from Montgomery, Alabama.

    → They spend their summer playing make-believes with their friend, Dill, from dawn to dusk.

    In the child's world, the twilight sky represents the rising sun, the dawn of a new day, and the commencement of a full day of children's games and activities. The child's world that exists during the daytime is a world flourishing with innocence and simplicity.

    → For most children, the twilight sky represents the rising sun, the dawn of a new day, and a full day of games and activities, while daytime is a world of innocence.

    However, the daytime is the only time when the child's world exists, for when the sun falls, curfews draw Scout, Jem, and Dill back to their homes for the evening.

    → However, for Scout, Jem, and Dill, the daytime is when a child's world exists, for when the sun falls, curfews draw them back home for the evening.

    When daylight fades and the moon begins to rise, the games subside and the make believe, fictional world ceases to exist until following morning.

    → When daylight fades and the moon rises, the fictional world of make-believes and games ceases to exist until the next morning.

    The twilight sky portrayed on the cover represents a rising sun, and thus, the inconsequential child's world.

    ?? what cover?

    2005-05-31 12:22:14 補充:

    ??

    我還沒改完呀

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  • 匿名使用者
    1 0 年前

    是喔..~"~ 抱歉 因為我很急>.<

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  • 匿名使用者
    1 0 年前

    我是快速往下托移你也感謝我嗎@@?

    哈哈哈~= =...

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