Answered a Question in To Kill a Mockingbird
Atticus takes the case because it's the right thing to do. Atticus is an educated man who believes in fundamental human rights. He...
Answered a Question in The Outsiders
Ponyboy learned from Randy that it's "rough all over" and that socs have feelings too. Before talking to Randy, Ponyboy had...
Answered a Question in The Lottery
She didn't do anything wrong. She "won" the lottery by getting her ticket drawn on the lottery day. The story is ironic on many...
Answered a Question in The Pigman
Relationships is very much a theme of the Pigman. There is a relationship between Lorraine and her mother, it isn't exactly a healthy...
Answered a Question in The Giver
Yes, it is a part of the rules and regulations of his training not to talk about his memories with anyone. Also, Jonas quickly...
Answered a Question in Master and Margarita
To me the main theme of this book is does God exist? Or rather God does exist. This is not an overt theme you can understand just by...
Answered a Question in Into the Wild
Yeah...I suppose he seemed well adjusted, althletic and bright but I would describe his personality as shortsighted and...
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