What is tragedy of the South of the described times? What are the moral values of the characters of “To kill a mockingbird”? How has racial injustice influenced the behavior and the lives of the characters?
How is Boo Radley perceived by the children in the beginning of the story? Why? Why is so hard for Jem and Scout to perceive Boo Radley as a real living man? How does the fact that Boo Radley saves Scout change attitude towards him?
Why does Atticus Finch feel a deep responsibility for his children? How does the profession represent Atticus Finch as a personality? What traits of a father he uses being a lawyer and vice verse?
What role does family play in Jem’s and Scout’s life? What are other families in the story like? Are they similar to the Finch family? What is Scout’s potential attitude to the notion of family?
Why did Harper Lee choose the mockingbirds as the leading symbol of the novel? How is the motive of the destroy the innocence revealed throughout the plot? Do Jem and Scout keep the hope for a better future?
How is the injustice of the world depicted in the “To Kill a Mockingbird”? Why do the social and racial stereotypes play such an important role for the society of the “To Kill a Mockingbird”? What are the moral values of Scout and Jem?
Compare and Contrast
Why do cinema and literature oppose each other? What is the major difficulty between a book and a film? Why do not all the book details suit for a movie?
What are the moral values of the characters of Harper Lee’s novel? How can the confrontation of the good and the evil be one of the major messages? How is the spiritual innocence lost by the characters of the novel?