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Title: To Kill a Mockingbird
Post by: Miss ANna on July 07, 2003, 10:45:46 am

hey it was only a matter of time before anyone brought it up! he he he! anyone read it?!? we are doing it this coming term at school! i loved it! its so great! he he he!

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Post by: Raiwen on July 07, 2003, 11:01:05 am

its so sad! and a great book. ;D

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Post by: doxiegrl1 on July 07, 2003, 12:25:47 pm

i read that a few years ago, but i sorta forgot the story ::)

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Post by: CrimsonRose on July 07, 2003, 01:03:47 pm

This is such a good book! Atticus Finch IS one of the best literary chracters ever written. And Gregory Peck kicks arse as him in the movie!

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Post by: newfoundglory on July 07, 2003, 01:40:02 pm

This is my all time favorite book. I read it first when I was 6 or 7, and I have read it at least once a year since. I love Scout, she is my favorite character by far. I want to name my daughter Scout someday! Ha.
But its an amazing book, so many good stories and lessons, and wonderful characters.

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Post by: geekyelf on July 07, 2003, 02:16:43 pm

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And Gregory Peck kicks arse as him in the movie!
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Didn't Gregory Peck just die? :-[

I haven't seen the movie or read the book but I am plannig to read the book soon. Its on our 8th Grade Summer Reading List. :)

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Post by: CrimsonRose on July 07, 2003, 03:15:04 pm

Yeah he did. Isn't that sad. he was such a good actor. :'(

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Post by: Araknid on July 07, 2003, 05:02:20 pm

I liked the book- cant say it wasmy fav *I'm more into sci-fi/fantacy but it was very well writen

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Post by: elijahsnluvwitme on July 07, 2003, 07:15:22 pm

i have heard that it is a good book but i have never actually red it. is it worth it though?

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Post by: CrimsonRose on July 07, 2003, 07:53:04 pm

I personally think it is. But it really depends on what kind of books you like and if you're into this kindof thing. I still think you should try it out and if you dont like well hey cant please all IF you do though...GREAT! STUPENDOUS! Ill shoot a few fireworks off for ya! lol

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Post by: doxiegrl1 on July 07, 2003, 07:57:54 pm

its a classic, read it

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Post by: alittlepathetic on July 07, 2003, 09:37:02 pm

you guys liked it? i tried to read it but couldn't even get through the first chapter because personally, i thought it was super super boring. but i'll give in another try ;)

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Post by: Lijlover16 on July 07, 2003, 09:37:25 pm

I love that book! It was sad at times :'(, but I loved the ending. ;D

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Post by: HobbitFancier on July 07, 2003, 10:07:27 pm

I haven't read it yet.. it's sitting on my bookshelf, though. Lol, I've got to read it for Honors English this year, and do some essays based on it and stuff.. so I'm trying to put it off. Haha.

I've heard both good and bad about it, so I guess we'll see! I'll let you guys know what I think, after I'm done. :)

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Post by: Miss ANna on July 08, 2003, 07:27:31 am

no you should read it! i struggled at first but it took me like just before the second chapter before i got into it! the end really p!ssed me off!!! cause jem doesnt ... sorry do you know what i mean!?1 i dont wanna spoil it!

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Post by: newfoundglory on July 08, 2003, 02:12:01 pm

yah, dont spoil it!! :P

I thought the end was touching, and brilliant.

Title: Re:To Kill a Mockingbird
Post by: Miss ANna on July 09, 2003, 06:07:57 am

i thought the end was great too but how frustrating for jem! he heh e! you know how at the start she says something about aticus not being a particular father figure?!? i thought he was a great dad! he heh e... i am one of those people who hates open endings btw! he he he or rather gets frustrated with them!

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Post by: Lijlover16 on August 31, 2003, 02:14:16 pm

I loved this book when I first read it but now I have to read it over again for my stupid honors english class. I don't mind too much but I just read last spring, I'm not quite ready to read a second time. And I asked my teacher if we're gonna read Of Mice and Men and she said yes, so this'll be my second 1/2 time with that book. My friend Treyvon loved Of Mice and Men the first three or four times he read it, but now he says he's not quite so sure :P

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Post by: ElijahsSparkplug on August 31, 2003, 04:00:41 pm

I thought it was really boring at first and gave up for a couple of months, but then I went back to it and I loved it. The ending is great!

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Post by: HobbitFancier on August 31, 2003, 10:56:08 pm

I just finished it last week. And I really liked it! From beginning to end, I thought it was really good. And actually, I rather liked the ending. Scout is just an awesome character, and so is Atticus..

I want to go rent the movie now.. see it all played out on screen. But yay, it really was a good story.

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Post by: Miss ANna on September 01, 2003, 02:43:17 am

argh! i am so nervous i have like my CATs coming up for TKAM and i dont feel like i can do the book justice... i kinda do essays half arsed cause i can get away with it! but every other book i have done has been pretty straight forward in that like with TKAM there is something to be learnt from every chapter and there are so many underlying links and meanings - mrs dubose for instance!

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Post by: Phlegerty on September 01, 2003, 10:03:05 pm

ahh.. anna. u dont need to worry about the cat. its just gonna be like the one on romeo + juliet. but yeah. i love the book! heaps of people think its boring! strange people they are.. and yeah.. but dont worry, if u learnt so much, and u seem so passionate? about it, youll do the book justice!

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Post by: ElijahsSparkplug on September 02, 2003, 03:03:38 am

Lol, for almost the whole beginning of the book I thought Scout was a boy.

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Post by: HobbitFancier on September 02, 2003, 04:05:19 pm

Blah, I have to write an essay on this book now. Which would be fun if we didn't have to have a prompt! But we do, and it's to a pick one quote from the book, and talk about it and how it pertained to each character. Grrr. Does anyone have a good quote off the top of their head, as I'm having difficulties!

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Post by: CrimsonRose on September 02, 2003, 05:32:24 pm

I'm reading it again for the zillionth time! It's such a beautiful story. The people who don't like it least ya gave it go right? Better than saying you don't like it and not have read it. Kudos to you people for actually TRYING it unlike SOME people I know around here. (at my home town area/school)

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Post by: Miss ANna on September 03, 2003, 04:36:27 am

HObbit Fancier - a good quoet would be the "baby steps" one at the end of the book that calpurnia says! my teacher apparently is the best in the state or the country or something at teaching TKAM and she relates so many things to the baby step quoet seriously she is allways going back to the baby steps! ... gabina all my practice essay questions are so complex! grrrrrrrr! that or i am too much of a dumbars suddenly! he he he! ... Hobbit Fancier i will try and find the proper quoet in a tick... my dinner is ready now! he he he!

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Post by: Phlegerty on September 03, 2003, 06:57:57 am

whos ur teacher anna? ms harvey never talks about that! but then shes a pretty bad teacher! anyhoo.. and yeah the practise ones are so amazing! im never gonna be able to do the real thing! we get our questions tomorrow! ARGH! but i love the quote all the same. it really does relate to a lot of things in the book

Title: Re:To Kill a Mockingbird
Post by: Miss ANna on September 03, 2003, 07:29:53 am

my teacher is ms dennett! she is awsome! i really want her for psycology and english next yr! allways back to the baby quotes! but i cant find it! i have been looking for like 2 hours! he he he!

Title: Re:To Kill a Mockingbird
Post by: HobbitFancier on September 03, 2003, 09:20:25 pm

Ah, okay, where exactly is this quote about the baby steps?? I've been looking for like 15 minutes now, and can't find it! Blah. Thanks for the help, though guys!

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Post by: Miss ANna on September 04, 2003, 02:10:35 am

i looked for that damm quote for like 2 hours last night (dont worry i am not delusional it is in there) it is around when scout is at the ladies luncheon and miss maudie says it. i shall have another look now!...

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Post by: HobbitFancier on September 04, 2003, 04:33:35 pm

Aha! I found it! Lol, it's on page 216 of my book. Right before Chapter 23. Hmm, good quote, you're right. Thanks for the help! I think I finally got this thing started, though! Yay.

Title: Re:To Kill a Mockingbird
Post by: A-Kicking_Aragorn on September 04, 2003, 05:25:25 pm

No, but I did dance with Gregory Peck! ;D

Title: Re:To Kill a Mockingbird
Post by: Miss ANna on September 05, 2003, 05:43:11 am

[quote author=HobbitFancier link=board=17;threadid=8591;start=30#msg351618 date=1062707615]
Aha! I found it! Lol, it's on page 216 of my book. Right before Chapter 23. Hmm, good quote, you're right. Thanks for the help! I think I finally got this thing started, though! Yay.
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yeh today i looked in my friends book cause i had the page number for her copy but not mine so i finally found where it was in which chapter! how good is it! he he he

Title: Re:To Kill a Mockingbird
Post by: Miss ANna on September 09, 2003, 04:28:07 am

ahhhhhhhhh! i had my essay today! thank god thats over! i think i did pretty well and if not i wrote four pages so there has gotta be something good in there... i hope! good luck hobbit fancier!

Title: Re:To Kill a Mockingbird
Post by: ElwoodsBird on September 09, 2003, 04:27:14 pm

i loved this book and movie :) it was great. and i love gregory peck!


RIP

Laura

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Post by: HobbitFancier on September 09, 2003, 08:52:05 pm

Well, I handed in my paper last Friday! It came out okay, I thought, but I wasn't expecting the best grade. But I got it back today, and somehow miraculously managed a B+! I was very excited to say the least! I'm glad I wrote it though.. it helped me understand a lot of the book a bit more.

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Post by: Miss ANna on September 09, 2003, 10:09:25 pm

thats good! did you use the baby steps quoet??? i feel like i understand it now after writting it too!

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Post by: HobbitFancier on September 11, 2003, 04:48:02 pm

No, not the baby steps quote.. I used the whole to kill a mockingbird theme, with how certain characters could be compared to mockingbirds (you know, not hurting anyone, but being singled out all the same). It came out fairly well, at least!

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Post by: Miss ANna on September 12, 2003, 11:30:48 am

i know which quoets you mean! i got mine back today and i got an A so that was pleasing! he he he! i usually get about a B average on essays! yaysome! he he he!i love this quoet:

"jem i aint ever heard of a black person snowman"
he he he! thats sooo cute!

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Post by: HobbitFancier on September 12, 2003, 04:45:59 pm

That's a cute quote.. and I loved that part in the book! THe snowman wearing Miss Maudie's hat. And who was it fashioned after? I know it was that guy across the street that just like sat and stared.. what was his name? Gah. But yeah, it was so cute!

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Post by: ranger on December 23, 2003, 10:11:26 am

Such a Great work of Literature. The movie is just wonderful, too. Gregory Peck did such a fantastic job. I need to get the book and add it to my collection.

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Post by: HerMajesty on December 27, 2003, 06:28:19 pm

I tried reading this book when I was thirteen, but found it too boring...I picked up a copy of it two years later, and I began reading it recently. There are some bits I'm confused about, and the end left me wanting more. :-\

Is Ms. Lee still alive?

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Post by: HobbitFancier on December 27, 2003, 11:00:47 pm

What confused you, Mer?

And.. I'm not sure whether Ms. Lee is still alive.. Hmm..

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Post by: HerMajesty on December 27, 2003, 11:12:37 pm

The end, for one - I read it too fast and have now passed the book onto my dad so I'm still a little perplexed about what happened. It said Jem was sleeping, didn't it? So was that some metaphor? Or was he just...sleeping. ;D

Also, there was a bit mid-way through the book, I believe, at the end of a chapter. It was right about when their aunt moved in, and Jem & Scout thought Atticus, who had come in to say good night, was changing on them. However, right before he left their room he made a comment that made them realize that their father was the same as always. What I didn't get was Scout's remark - she said something along the lines of, "I now realize what Atticus was trying to do... but he was a man, not a woman..." Was she referring to his joke about turning out like the cousin, or how he disciplined them? I didn't quite get it..

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Post by: Lijlover16 on December 27, 2003, 11:49:48 pm

I love this book :-*. If I ever have a son I think I may name him Atticus. Or Telemachus....
[quote author=TinyDancer link=board=17;threadid=8591;start=30#msg473464 date=1072584757]
The end, for one - I read it too fast and have now passed the book onto my dad so I'm still a little perplexed about what happened. It said Jem was sleeping, didn't it? So was that some metaphor? Or was he just...sleeping. ;D[/quote]
I think Jem was just sleeping:).
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Also, there was a bit mid-way through the book, I believe, at the end of a chapter. It was right about when their aunt moved in, and Jem & Scout thought Atticus, who had come in to say good night, was changing on them. However, right before he left their room he made a comment that made them realize that their father was the same as always. What I didn't get was Scout's remark - she said something along the lines of, "I now realize what Atticus was trying to do... but he was a man, not a woman..." Was she referring to his joke about turning out like the cousin, or how he disciplined them? I didn't quite get it..
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I don't have the book with me, but I think what Scout is referring to is how he didn't always know how to handle Scout, as she was a girl. that's why he gave into his sister's suggestion that one time. In reality, he knew more about raising Scout than a million of her aunts could.

Title: To Kill A Mockingbird
Post by: Tigerlily1419 on April 24, 2004, 02:24:39 am

So, I'm going to read this book for my English lit paper. If you've read it, what did you think of it?

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Post by: streeturchin on April 24, 2004, 04:57:09 am

It's an amazing book. I envy you reading it for the first time!

Just one clue to the book: Boo Radley

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Post by: Tigerlily1419 on April 25, 2004, 12:07:08 am

[quote author=street link=board=17;threadid=8591;start=45#msg602758 date=1082797029]
It's an amazing book. I envy you reading it for the first time!

Just one clue to the book: Boo Radley
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Thanks, Street!

Hmm okay, that clue'll probably mean more when I start reading the book. Anyways, thanks for the clue!

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Post by: Dwynwen on April 26, 2004, 03:17:27 pm

[quote author=Tigerlily link=board=17;threadid=8591;start=45#msg602664 date=1082787879]
So, I'm going to read this book for my English lit paper. If you've read it, what did you think of it?
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I read it for English too. I thought it was a really good story. Atticus is the best, he is a really cool characcter! He teahces Jem and Scout so much and is a really good father.

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Post by: Llywela on April 26, 2004, 03:21:32 pm

I liked the book too (hi ra) and did it for english lit paper, but i think Boo's the best, he's so much cooler than Atticus.

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Post by: Dwynwen on April 26, 2004, 03:57:49 pm

[quote author=Llywela link=board=17;threadid=8591;start=45#msg605574 date=1083007292]
I liked the book too (hi ra) and did it for english lit paper, but i think Boo's the best, he's so much cooler than Atticus.
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No he's not, Atticus teached the kids about prejudice and everything! He even sticks up for Boo when Dill, Scout and Jem are pretending to play him with the scissors, cos he tells them not to.

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Post by: Llywela on April 26, 2004, 04:09:48 pm

Atticus taught them stuff
So what?,
Boo's a reclusive dude!
Atticus is old and boring.

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Post by: Dwynwen on April 27, 2004, 02:35:43 pm

old and boring???? :o.......^_^
Well, Boo's ok, he is the main thing the kids are scared of at the beginning after all. But he turns out to be scared of stuff himself. He's like a scared child. And you kinda feel sorry 4 him.

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Post by: Helix on April 28, 2004, 03:08:52 pm

Atticus is THE man. I have so much love for that character.
Gregory Peck, I cried so hard when I heard he died. ::cough:: I get very attached to my favourite actors.

Jesus, when Marlon Brando dies I'll probably have a heart attack.

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Post by: KingWaldoForADay on September 18, 2005, 08:58:12 pm

I love this book! I've read it twice, and I started to read it again this year, but I don't have time. I might read it like, over a holiday or something, when I'm not reading anything in my AP english class. Gregory Peck was a great actor. I love Atticus. To Kill A Mockingbird is one of the only movies that I thought were as amazing as the book.

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Post by: Miss ANna on October 01, 2005, 08:27:34 am

:o Atticus! Boring! i love Atticus! Boo is great but Atticus is the best!
I still love the book! read it again just recently!!

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Post by: Tyson_Amy on July 09, 2006, 01:35:07 pm

I LOVED the book. My English teacher read it with us. It was really good. I really have a better appreciation for the South now.

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Post by: osge on July 10, 2006, 03:20:54 pm

now i'm reading it..i started reading cos jake loves it..hehe
but i really love it. it goes great ;D

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Post by: ElijahLover713 on July 14, 2006, 11:02:15 am

I just finished re-reading this book! I had to read it for English class in seventh grade, and I had the urge to read it.

You know it's a good book when you're forced to read it for school, yet you still want to go back and read it again!

It's fascinating. I love Atticus. <3

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Post by: LiJs GuRl23 on August 22, 2006, 08:49:26 pm

I LOVED this book.
I should read it again.
I had to read it in 9th grade, i was surprised i liked a "school book."

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Post by: Colleen on August 22, 2006, 10:10:03 pm

all my friends loved it, but i didnt think it was anything special. i mean, i liked the book and all, but not as much as other people, i think.

i love Boo though. he was awesome. :)

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Post by: maryd on June 27, 2007, 04:53:08 am

This is probably one of my favourite books of all time - we read it in school but I ended up buying my own copy because I loved it so much!!

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Post by: Storyteller on July 01, 2007, 10:38:21 pm

I want to see this remade soon with a certain actor playing Atticus Finch. It is one of my FAVORITE books of all times and an outstanding film, but I think it's time for a remake.

Hugs,
Rach

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Post by: jubeth on July 02, 2007, 02:48:23 am

[quote author=Storyteller ~RSF~ link=board=17;threadid=8591;start=60#msg1097754 date=1183343901]
I want to see this remade soon with a certain actor playing Atticus Finch. It is one of my FAVORITE books of all times and an outstanding film, but I think it's time for a remake.

Hugs,
Rach
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Do you think Sean is old enough to play Atticus? I tend to think of the character as being in his mid to late forties and Sean is only mid thirties. Mind you I am not doubting his ability to pull it off just that he might be overlooked by casting agents.

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Post by: maryd on July 02, 2007, 04:55:52 am

[quote author=Precious Lillywhite {DA} link=board=17;threadid=8591;start=60#msg1097772 date=1183358903]
[quote author=Storyteller ~RSF~ link=board=17;threadid=8591;start=60#msg1097754 date=1183343901]
I want to see this remade soon with a certain actor playing Atticus Finch. It is one of my FAVORITE books of all times and an outstanding film, but I think it's time for a remake.

Hugs,
Rach
[/quote]

Do you think Sean is old enough to play Atticus? I tend to think of the character as being in his mid to late forties and Sean is only mid thirties. Mind you I am not doubting his ability to pull it off just that he might be overlooked by casting agents.
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That would be some clever casting, but nobody could beat Gregory Peck! He was Atticus!

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Post by: Storyteller on July 02, 2007, 08:12:37 am

Oh, I think Sean could at LEAST equal Atticus. He has the same "everyman hero" feel that Gregory Peck had and the movie, while a classic, certainly could use a remake for a younger generation.

Actually, since Sean has lost so much weight now, he may have to wait a few years for Atticus. LOL But he has the acting weight to do the part. I've now seen everything he's done except one part and he's much more varied than you think. I think he was BORN to be Atticus!

Hugs,
Rach

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Post by: rubytuesday on September 05, 2007, 10:49:33 pm

We read it in school and I do not know whether this is because it was a school book or because I just honestly have felt this way outside of school but - no disrespect everyone - I hated this novel. It's one of the only novels I have never been able to finish. I thought it was really well written and I can understand and comprehend it from a literary point of view. But in terms of catching and holding my attention it failed, miserably. There was only approximately only 10% of my grade who really enjoyed the novel in my school. At least I know I'm not alone.

I know from a literary point of view, it is a brilliant piece of literature. But my personal opinion of it is i'd rather never read again than read it. I am sorry.

-Jes

p.s. Seriously, I do not mean to be rude or to disrespect you if I have.

Title: Re:To Kill a Mockingbird
Post by: maryd on September 07, 2007, 12:21:30 pm

No worries, Jes, its just your opinion! :D Its a shame you didn't enjoy it, though, I hated some of the novels I've done in school and it kind of ruined English for me, a bit. I think the subject is easier if you enjoy it. Personally I loved To Kill A Mockingbord, but I know a couple of my friends hated it too, so you're not alone by any means! ;)

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Post by: horsewomanmmr on November 02, 2007, 02:02:51 am

Miss Lee is still alive (unlike Marlon Brando who passed on July 1, 2004) and this is the last thing I read about her.

Lee has been known to split time between an apartment in New York and her sister's home in Monroeville. She has accepted honorary degrees but has declined to make speeches.
She has attended luncheons for students who have written essays based on her work held annually at the University of Alabama.

Her withdrawal from public life has prompted persistent but unfounded speculation that new publications are in the works.

In a letter published in Oprah Winfrey's magazine O (May 2006), Lee wrote about her early love of books as a child and her steadfast dedication to the written word: "Now, 75 years later in an abundant society where people have laptops, cell phones, iPods and minds like empty rooms, I still plod along with books."[6]

While attending an August 20, 2007 ceremony inducting four new members into the Alabama Academy of Honor, Lee responded to an invitation to address the audience with "...it's better to be silent than to be a fool".[7]


To Kill A Mockingbird has been one of my favorite novels, and my all time favorite movie.

HW



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Post by: megharrism on February 23, 2008, 11:59:04 pm

i actually should read it someday

we were supposed to read it in high school but the school board banned i from the allowed reading list, i remember my English teacher being really pissed about it.its weird because we read catcher in the rye instead

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Post by: Lanta the Gemstar on March 17, 2008, 06:42:20 am

One of the best novels of all time IMO and an absolutely superb movie adaptation as well. :)

Both my husband and I love the book and recently re-watched the movie with our kids (aged 10 and 12). They were suitably impressed I'm glad to say!

Probably in my top 5 fave books alongside Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien, A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving, the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling and The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

I could re-read these books endlessly lol.


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