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Francis se levantó y echó a correr escalerilla abajo en dirección la vieja cocina. Fue fácil cogerle por el cuello. Yo le ordené que retirase en seguida lo dicho.
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Austen's works, including Pride and Prejudice, were barely noticed by critics during her lifetime. Pride and Prejudice sold fairly well — the first edition sold out at about 1,500 copies. Critics who eventually reviewed it in the early part of the nineteenth century praised Austen's characterizations and portrayal of everyday life. After Austen's death in 1817, the book continued to be published and read with little attention from critics for the next fifty years. The few critical comments made during that time continued to focus on her skill at creating characters, as well as on her technical mastery. In 1870, probably the most significant nineteenth-century critical article on Austen was published by Richard Simpson; in the article, Simpson discussed the complexity of Austen's work, including her use of irony.
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It is widely believed that Harper Lee based the character of Atticus Finch on her father, Amasa Coleman Lee, a compassionate and dedicated lawyer. The plot of To Kill a Mockingbird was reportedly inspired in part by his unsuccessful defense of two African American men—a father and a son—accused of murdering a white storekeeper. The fictional character of Charles Baker (“Dill”) Harris also has a real-life counterpart. Dill is based on the author Truman Capote, Lee’s childhood friend and next-door neighbour in Monroeville, Alabama. (After the spectacular success of To Kill a Mockingbird, some speculated that Capote was the actual author of Lee’s work. This rumour was not put to rest until 2006.) There is some anecdotal evidence that the town recluse, Arthur (“Boo”) Radley, was based on Lee and Capote’s childhood neighbour, Son Boulware. According to Capote, Boo “was a real man, and he lived just down the road from us.…Everything [Lee] wrote about it is absolutely true.” How did people respond to To Kill a Mockingbird?
Francis retrocedió disparado hacia la cocina, con lo cual yo me retiré hasta la escaleras. Sabía esperar con calma. Llevaba sentada quizá uno quince minutos cuando oí la voz de tía Alexandra:-¿:Dónde está Francis?
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To Kill a Mockingbird takes place in the fictional small Southern town of Maycomb in the 1930s (Tom's trial takes place in 1935). Slavery and the Civil War of the 1860s still loom large in the rearview mirror, but the civil rights movement of the 1950s and '60s is just a wee little speck on the horizon. And Maycomb is going nowhere fast:
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We all know the story of Elizabeth Bennett and Mr. Darcy, and the regency era prejudices of the classes in Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice. We know that Elizabeth is quick tongued, Lady Catherine de Bough is cutting in her opinions of those lesser than her (which is pretty must everyone), and Mr. Wickham is quite devious in his motives. But what if you give Austen’s novel a twist? Say zombies.
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The morning after the ball, the Lucas women come to Longbourn to gossip the evening events with their intimate friends, the Bennet women. Mrs. Bennet starts the conversation by telling Charlotte Lucas how she began the evening well by being Mr. Bingley’s first choice of a dance partner. Charlotte quickly answers with the fact that Mr. Bingley preferred Jane. Mrs. Bennet agrees with Charlotte, adding that it did seem as though Mr. Bingley admired Jane more since he danced with her twice. In fact, Mr. Bingley told Mr. Robinson that the eldest Miss Benet was the prettiest woman in the room. The topic of the conversation then changes to Mr. Darcy and how he insulted Elizabeth by not dancing with her. Mrs. Bennet claimes that Mr. Darcy is a disagreeable man and she is told by Mrs. Long that he sat close to her for half an hour without once speaking to her. Jane tries to see some good in Mr. Darcy and defend him, but Elizabeth won't have it. Mary gives her two cents on her opinion of pride and vanity, and the younger Lucas brother, who comes along with his sisters, claims if he were as rich as Mr. Darcy, he would keep a pack of foxhounds, and drink a bottle of wine every day. In this chapter, the custom of paying morning visits is shown as a regular form of recreation, as well as a social duty for young women.
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En una ocasión en que tiíta nos aseguraba que la tendencia de miss Stephanie Crawford a ocuparse de los asuntos de las otras personas era hereditaria, Atticus dijo:-Hermana, si te paras a pensarlo, nuestra generación es la primera de la familia Finch en que no se casan primos con primos. ¿:Dirías tú que los Finch tienen una Tendencia Incestuosa?
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Which brings us to “Why ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Matters,” by Tom Santopietro, whose title makes the bold claim that Lee’s classic has endured over the past 58 years because it offers a message that stands the test of time. The book’s continued popularity, and the success of the author’s only other published work, “Go Set a Watchman,” certainly support this claim. Santopietro’s book, however, does not.
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Sierra Stephens as Scout, Eric Colvin as Jem and Gabriel Hoffman as Dill and as Walter Cunningham Jr. are all good and each has some particularly charming moment. The rest of the cast is all solid. Big cast.
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To Kill a Mockingbird is among the 100 novels on The Great American Read’s list of America’s Best-Loved Books, announced by PBS on April 20, 2018. The classic story by Harper Lee has been popular ever since it was first published in 1960. The novel reflects Lee’s upbringing in a small Southern town and the moral and legal ramifications of racism. In the novel, a girl named Scout is often bewildered by the behavior of adults, and even that of her friends and older brother Jem. She admires her father Atticus, a lawyer who is involved in a trial in town. Lee’s only other novel, Go Set A Watchman, was published in July 2015, and follows the character Scout, now a young woman, as she visits her hometown during the Civil Rights era.
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The mockingbird’s range has expanded northward in the intervening years, obscuring the bird’s deep regional associations. But a glance at the list of U.S. state birds shows how strongly those associations persist. Indeed, the Northern Mockingbird’s name is something of a misnomer; all of the states that have declared it their official bird (Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas, Florida, Arkansas, and — formerly — South Carolina) lie well below the Mason-Dixon Line. The seemingly pointless practice of selecting state animals turns out, then, to provide a useful index of this bird’s ongoing importance to a certain kind of regional pride — an affection that persists long after most Southerners could rationally explain it.
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Do we really want to see how Atticus, that bastion of progressive thought and moral certainty, holds up in the face of the civil-rights movement? What if he doesn’t live up to our (or Scout’s) expectations?
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And rereading the “everything twice” chapter for maybe the 10 th time I had another intuition, perhaps a bit far-fetched: I think this passage is so fundamental I’d speculate that the choice of Catch-22 to replace Catch-18 can perhaps be linked to the “I see everything twice” chapter. Maybe it was unconscious, but think of the number 22: It’s seeing two, twice. I rest my case.
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OMG OMG OMG. This book was amazzzing!! I was really prejudiced (pun intended) and refused to read it for years. But i saw the promo pictures of the film and i love the actors and the production seemed great, so i said 'why not?', and i did read it and i will forever LOVE it. Its the classic book you love with a twist. And since ,fantasy, darkness and zombies are also my thing i was okay with them and also they mixed well with Jane Austen. Lizzy was a badass fighter and i loved her even more in th OMG OMG OMG. This book was amazzzing!! I was really prejudiced (pun intended) and refused to read it for years. But i saw the promo pictures of the film and i love the actors and the production seemed great, so i said 'why not?', and i did read it and i will forever LOVE it.
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Atticus dijo que si hubieran sido nuevos, reloj, cuchillo y cadena, habrían valido probablemente unos diez dólares.-¿:Has hecho un trueque con alguno en la escuela?-preguntó.-¡Oh, no, señor!-Jem sacó el reloj de su abuelo, que Atticus le dejaba llevar una vez por semana a condición de que tuviera cuidado. Los días que llevaba el reloj, Jem andaba como pisando huevos–. Atticus, si no tienes inconveniente, prefiero llevar éste. Quizá pueda repararlo.
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