Have you ever read To kill a mockingbird? If so, what do you think?
I don’t think it’s possible to reach the age of twelve in the American South without reading TKAM three or four times. I liked it all right but it didn’t change my life or anything and I haven’t really felt compelled to read it again since high school. I feel the same way about Gatsby and seem to be in the minority on both counts.
21/05/16 // I’m so nervous for my English exam on Monday - luckily my school is doing a breakfast revision session where they’re bringing in food and we can go along and ask any last second questions, but I’m really worried a minor character will come up for the 47 marker who I haven’t planned for…
also my problem with gsaw: how did Jem die? I assumed he died in ww2 (I haven’t actually done any math but I assume he would be about the age to get drafted at some point in time), but then there was when Atticus and Scout were “standing on the spot where Jem died”… did I miss something?
edit: thanks to everyone who messaged me about this, but I have my answer!