The Connotation Of Right And Left Essay

723 Words Mar 21st, 2016 3 Pages
Throughout the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird,” many themes are frequently introduced and expanded upon through characters and situations alike. In the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird,” the connotation of “right” and “left” takes a subtle change as the story progresses.
Annotated Bibliography In Laurie Champion’s analysis of “To Kill a Mockingbird,” she discusses the importance of the connotation of right and left throughout the novel. She brings up many major scenes where left and right is very relevant and play a major role in the story. She notes the connotation of “right” suggesting “virtue” and “left” suggesting “iniquity.” I will be using this source to help express the importance of understanding the change of connotation for the sides of right and left. I will also use this source to help gather in-text citations of when right and left are used throughout the novel.
Champion, Laurie. "Lee 's TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD." Explicator 61.4 (2003): 234-236. Academic Search Complete. Web. 18 Mar. 2016. In the St. Rosemary Education Institution article many themes introduced throughout the novel are shown. The article separates each theme into a corresponding category. The article then gives multiple examples of the theme and how it is used throughout the novel. I plan on using this article to help me identify the different themes throughout the novel. I also plan on using this article to help me better understand the multiple themes and how they are introduced and taught…

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