Love Moderately

To love moderately means to not take their love to extremes and so when Friar Lawrence told Romeo and Juliet told them that, he meant to take things slowly and to be careful. This is good advice because as we all know they kill themselves in the end of the book because they did not […]

Hatred

I think that one of the reasons people hate each other so deeply because there is something about them that they have tried to hide about themselves or were able to change themselves to not be that way and to see them that way or acting the way they do really hurts that person deeply. […]

What Makes a Person Great?

A great person should be confident in themselves and others, they should be willing to help others and show people mercy. They should be diligent and persistent. I have a friend in Connecticut that is a perfect example of a ‘great’ person. Nick has been the perfect example to me since fifth grade when he […]

Good Stuff

I chose the quote on page 243 in the book To Kill a Mockingbird and Atticus said, “They’ve done it before and they did it tonight and they’ll do it again and when they do it–seems that only children weep” I liked this quote because it meant that when things like the Tom Robinson case happened back […]

To Kill a Mockingbird Review

The Book- The book is about racism in the 30’s. It starts with Jem, Scout and Dill becoming mildly curious about Boo Radley. The plot gets more complicated by the Tom Robinson case. Tom Robinson was a black man that was accused of raping Mr. Ewell’s daughter. The book shows people that racism is a […]

Real Courage

I think that the definition of courage on page 128 in the book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is a really great definition of courage because Atticus truly didn’t know whether he was going to win the Tom Robinson case or not, and he still was more than willing to try his best. That is […]

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