To Kill a Mockingbird - deeper insight

Deeper as in not just random facts about the book, aiming to prepare you a bit for the exam.

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What are the three main themes in tkam?
Prejudice, courage and tolerance
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What is one significance (how is she used by Harper Lee) of Calpurnia ?
Bridges the gap between the black and the white community for the reader
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The novel is a charting of Scout's growing up. What is this called?
Bildungsroman
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Why does Atticus not tell the children about his skills with guns?
Because he doesnt want them to appreciate him for the wrong reasons
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Atticus uses the death of Mrs Dubose to teach the children about what key lesson?
Courage
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At the end of the novel, how does Harper Lee show that Scout has for the most part learnt Atticus' life lessons?
She takes Boo home and looks at the neighbourhood from him point of view
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How does Harper Lee present formal education?
She satires and mocks it
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Out of these which word best describes Atticus?
Idealist
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What is one significance (how is she used by Harper Lee) of Calpurnia ?

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Bridges the gap between the black and the white community for the reader

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The novel is a charting of Scout's growing up. What is this called?

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Why does Atticus not tell the children about his skills with guns?

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Atticus uses the death of Mrs Dubose to teach the children about what key lesson?

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