Mockingbird stories, books, poems, and more

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This is a book review on To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Read More
This is one of the timed write essays I wrote in my English class this year. The direction was to pick a symbol in a novel or play, and describe how it works in the whole meaning of the story and how it is like the characters. I picked TO… Read More

Poem / Song Lyrics

February 13, 2014

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For my mockingbird Hear me... please.... Read More
To Kill a Mockingbird left the world in awe over fifty years ago, but does this text still pack such a powerful punch in our contemporary world? Read More

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It is one o clock in the morning. There is a lone figure standing in the road. A beautiful voice. A meaningful song. Stay away, and don not say a word. Momma is gonna buy you a mockingbird. All feedback is appreciated, please tell me what you think! :) The… Read More

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Talen Knight: Popular jock, quarter back of the football team. Everybody loves Talen. He's nice to everyone and he always has a smile on his face. Behind closed doors, he's dealing with sexual abuse from his dad. Jade Montgomery: Goth girl of the school. She's known as "the witch" and… Read More
This i what I think Atticus Finch's funeral would be like. Read More
My script for To Kill A Mockingbird Oral Presentation on Women Rights. =) Read More
This was written as a song, to be played with soft acoustic guitar. Read More

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can the voice of one thing drive us truely insane? Read More
letter to eminem from his daughter, for father's day. Read More
A critical essay on The character of Atticus Finch, the moral centre of the one of a kind novel by Harper Lee. Read More
"Killing the Mockingbird" is an essay that highlights historical and contemporary efforts to ban Harper Lee's classic book. The paper was presented for the 2008 Big Read Project on behalf of the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities at three Virginia libraries. Read More
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