To Kill A Mockingbird Bildungsroman Analysis
In the novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird”, most of every situation in chapters represent bildungsroman. Jem and Scout Finch was trying to follow their father Atticus Finch’s rules and instructions and throughout the novel two children grow out in many ways.
“First of all,” he said, “if you can learn a simple trick, Scout, you’ll get along a lot better with all kinds of …show more content…
Which was through the experiences with racism and prejudice. Like at the end of the novel, Scout no longer sees Boo as terrifying other, she’s able to imagine how events appears from his perspective and by doing so she is following Atticus’s advice. Finally she could understand her father Atticus’s decisions and actions. The reason To Kill a Mockingbird is a well-known bildungsroman novel is that it is relatively easy to read and fun to read. This novel won the Pulitzer Prize and also made into a popular film (Harper Lee) and would be great for young readers to follow and read all the