To Kill A Mockingbird is an outstanding novel of a childhood in a small Southern town of Maycomb, Alabama, during the Depression, and calamity of conscience that perturbed it. For the first time the novel has been published in 1961 and instantly became the bestseller and successful publication. It has continued to attract attention of society, by winning the Pulitzer Prize in 1961 - the highest honor for great literature, and as well as later was turned into the Academic award-winning film. Kind-hearted, dramatic and profound To Kill A Mockingbird opens to readers the foundation of human behavior, purity and experience, humanity and cruelty, love and hatred, humor and pathos. For today it is already sold more than 18 million copies of this great book and, it is translated into forty languages. Nowadays the history of the young Alabama woman demands considerable attention and worldwide respect. Whether Harper Lee always thought that her book is just an ordinary love story, today it is acknowledged as a masterpiece of the American literature.
Know the meaning of each bold printed vocabulary word from To Kill a Mockingbird. Also know its part of speech in the context of the sentence as found in the novel. Be able to write a sentence that incorporates the vocabulary word. The sentence must show that you understand the meaning of the word. Acceptable: […]