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    which he was convicted. Tom is the mockingbird in the story because he only tries to make Mayella happy just like a mockingbird would through its singing. Tom Robinson was killed for an unfair reason as Atticus said early on in the book, ‘it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird’. This quote from Atticus makes the reader feel sympathetic for Tom as it shows how the Finches have all the compassionate values and the reader feels angry that the other white people can’t realise such values.

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    “To Kill A Mockingbird” “ There is no greater heresy than to do the right thing for the wrong reason or moreover the wrong thing for the right reason” this quote by Victor Hugo runs parallel to Harper Lee’s gripping tale of right and wrong, good and evil. “To Kill A Mockingbird” is a intricate and symbolic masterpiece of the intertwining elements of positive and negative, and how when they occupy the same space no becomes hardly recognizable from the other In this story, a well to do family

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    To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee is a story of racial prejudice and social class set in a time when such narrow-mindedness was considered acceptable and apart of every day life in the small town of Maycomb, Alabama. Narrated and based around Scout (Jean Louise) Finch and the many ordeals she and her brother (Jem) face in the years of their growing up; out of the childhood innocence they once possessed to realise the true evils of their community and shed false pretences surrounding the innocence

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    what happens in Maycomb, if you’re not white justice won’t be served. Jem’s quote represented his innocence as a child in the Maycomb community. He thought all the people in Maycomb were good and kind people until a key moment when the mob went to kill Tom at the courthouse, this soon brought to light what the reality is of the Maycomb people. Jem’s point of view on the community is now that they are no good and cruel to the blacks and treat them as if they had no rights, although Jem is still young

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    someone inside has a corrupt secret or being that would not go beyond his or her mind. When entering Maycomb, you only see the top layer of it all, but when it starts to unravel that is when you know whom your neighbors really are, crooked. In To Kill a Mockingbird, you will begin to see the crime and corruption, behind every whisper. Corruption is like a shadow, following you everywhere; all you have to do is peel off each layer to find the truth. Each person will be known as a fine citizen

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    To Kill A Mockingbird A summary of the novel by Harper Lee Doris Griffin Colorado Technical University Online June 23, 2012 Author Note This paper was prepared for LITR240-1202B-09, Phase 5 IP, taught by Professor Daniel Lambert. Abstract Harper Lee wrote only one novel in her life. To Kill A Mockingbird, in a research done by the Book-Of-The-Month Club in 1991 ranked second to the Bible. The novel still draws a million new readers each year. The novel contains two stores, the innocence

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  • Foods That Kill

    The American diet is an animal based diet.  Consuming too much animal products can cause disease, and unhealthy weight.  In “Food That Kills”, Dr. Michael Klaper discusses the dangers of consuming animal by-products, the benefits of a plant diet, and how a plant diet can boost your health. Klaper believes that completely eliminating the consumption of animal by-products is the key to a healthy diet. Although I agree that Americans eat too much meat, cutting meat completely out is not beneficial

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  • A Time to Kill

    Jerry Chandler A Time to Kill A Time to Kill is about a white attorney that picks up an black client in a trail against an white man during the time where blacks and whites were treated very differently. This movie takes you from where the south was and how it was changing for the better. This black man was on trial for shooting two white men that raped his daughter. The normal person would agree that this father had the right to be upset, but doing this time it was looked upon that blacks didn’t

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    perhaps, by fate. Some of them may be objects, while some may be things that cannot be seen but are no less important. Early in the novel, the children find a mysterious shiny package in the knothole of a live oak tree (p. 34). What gifts are given in To Kill a Mockingbird? Why might they be important to the unfolding of the story? 4. The Radley place undergoes a change in the course of the novel. At the beginning, we are told, “Inside the house lived a malevolent phantom” (p. 8). By the end, Scout fearlessly

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    My Synopsis The story of To Kill a Mockingbird takes place during three years of the Great Depression in the fictional "tired old town" of Maycomb, Alabama. The narrator, six-year-old named Scout Finch, lives with her older brother Jem and their widowed father Atticus, a middle-aged lawyer. Jem and Scout become friends with a boy named Dill who visits Maycomb to stay with his aunt for the summer. The three children are afraid of their neighbor "Boo" Radley. The adults of Maycomb don’t

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  • A Time to Kill

    Assignment #3 Due 4/22/13 The 1996 movie A Time to Kill is an adaptation of John Grisham’s 1989 novel of the same name. The film is set in Canton, Mississippi and focuses on the trial of a black father who murders two white men for beating and raping his 10-year-old daughter. The reason the father took justice into his own hands was because it was well known that whites were favored in the eyes of the court and there was a chance the two men would get away with the rape of his little

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  • To Kill a Mockingbird

    A mockingbird is a harmless bird that makes the world more pleasant. In To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, the mockingbird symbolizes Boo Radley, Atticus Finch and Tom Robinson, who were peaceful people who never did any harm. To kill or harm them would be a sin. Scout's father, Atticus, tells Scout and Jem, “Shoot all the blue jays you want, if you can hit'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird." Atticus is portraying that they are innocent and to harm them would be a sin. The mockingbird

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  • A Hunt for a Kill

    just SKX was not far from here. I was going to get that bastard! I ran and I ran for the farm. When I finally reached it I could see a light from the shack. I could hear SKX talking and laughing. I reached out for a piece of wood and was ready to kill the bitch. I breached in the shack and saw SKX right away. I launched a heavy attack to his head and I hit him. He fell to the ground and I jumped on top of him and kept hitting him in the face. After a while when he was no longer moving I got away

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    In this essay I will introduce you to the two main characters in Harper Lee's book "To kill a mockingbird", comparing them in their attitudes and actions. Atticus Finch is a single father raising two children in the small town of Maycomb, Alabama. Atticus works as a lawyer believing in equal justice for all Americans regardless of race or religion. Bob Ewell is also a single father raising eight children who also lives in Maycomb. Bob is unemployed collecting welfare who believes in racial segregation

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    To Kill A Mockingbird Essay “Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a harder battle.” Being compassionate is understanding someone and their needs, and being sensitive is more about yourself personally . Scout is a really smart girl who we learn is joyful and caring in the beginning, but as the book goes on, she sees the tough life of growing up in a racist community and the problems that come along with it. In the book To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Scout demonstrates sensitivity and

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    To Kill a Mockingbird 28/6/2011 In what ways does Harper Lee engage your sympathies for Tom Robinson during the trial? During the trial, Harper Lee makes the reader become sympathetic towards Tom Robinson due to many techniques, for example she paints a picture of him as being incapable of doing such a crime due to him being handicapped. Lee illustrates that Tom Robinson is not capable of committing a crime that could cost him his life when we first meet him. This is at

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    “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view, until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.”(30) This is a lesson that Atticus Finch, from Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, emphasized to his children, teaching them to view the world from another’s perspective before judging them. Atticus displays this quality of human tolerance towards his neighbors although he could have strong reasons to dislike them. He also familiarizes his children with this

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    SUMMARY of the extract from the novel "To Kill the Mockingbird" by Harper Lee In the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" the scene is laid in a small American town in Alabama. The given extract depicts a trial of Tom Robinson, a coloured man, who is in the criminal dock on a capital charge of assaulting a white girl. His defending counsel Atticus Finch is an experienced lawyer and a progressive-minded man known for his humane views. His taking up the case was an act of courage in the American world of

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  • A Plot to Kill

    A Plot to Kill Dubus’ ordering of the story events non-chronologically create room for several plot devices to be presented. Plot devices such as suspense and in medias res warrant intrigue on behalf of the reader because he/she is left in the dark as to why events and actions occur the way they do. They are also part of a unifying whole that explains the context of the story. Plot is a progression of events that are purposely connected that lead to a resolution. In “Killings,” Dubus wants

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  • To Kill a Mockingbird

    To Kill a Mockingbird, by Nelle Haper Lee was published in 1960, after the 1954 Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education and during a time of increasing civil rights unrest (Johnson). It was also a time of great social change in the United States, and a novel about the racial injustices of 1930s Alabama carried a powerful message to its readers. After the Brown v. Board of Education ruling, literature and literacy were used to expose and educate on racial injustice (Prendergrast 2). The dominant

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  • Coal Kills

    Coal Kills Different things can lead to global warming and most obvious issue would be vehicles causing smog. It's true, smog can kill and is very harmful to the environment. What about coal burning power plants? Coal fired power plants produce hazardous air pollution more than any other pollution source. With over 600 coal burning power plants remain, why are more being built when it is proven that it harmful to our environment as well as people. Perhaps, people should pay more attention to

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    To Kill a Mockingbird: Essay Explore the growth to maturity of Scout in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Maturation is one of the most important themes in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, and one of the characters to whom this theme applies the most is Scout Finch, the narrator. Starting out as a young, tomboy character who is naïve and immature, over the years in which the novel is set a change in her behaviour becomes prominent, as she acquires more grown up behaviours and beliefs

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  • A Time to Kill

    A TIME TO KILL Ethical and legal obligations apply to all members of society. As one in society, and the obligation to act in an ethical, law abiding manner on a daily basis is vital to the integrity of daily life. Many professions have their own code of ethics. Honest reporting is not exempt from such ethical and legal standards. One’s lively hood depends on decisions made in the business world. Ethics is something that is very important to have especially in the business world. Ethics is

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  • Critical Analysis of "To Kill a Mockingbird"

    Task 2: Critical Analysis Ngien Sing Jier For this semester, we are analysing a novel entitled ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ written by Harper Lee. I find this novel very meaningful and interesting to read as well. After reading and analysing the novel a few times along with the teachings of my lecturer, I can differentiate the story told from different perspectives, parts when Scout was young and parts when she was an adult. It is about the life and happenings in Maycomb County. The story is told in

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    normally raised to leave the nest in the same amount of time it took them to hatch. Most pairs normally stay within the same area to breed, although some species are known to relocate if they fail. In Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mocking Bird it is said to be a sin to kill a mocking bird because they do nothing but make music for everyone to listen to. In the book the mocking bird symbolizes two peaceful men, Boo Bradley and Tom Robinson. People only hear the mocking bird through other birds’ songs

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    be powerful or intelligent, but it involves making a change for the better and sticking to it as well as standing up for your right even if it is expected you fight against your own people. Atticus Finch, an honest lawyer in Harper Lee's novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" teaches the children that courage can be portrayed as both physical bravery and strength, but fighting for what is right regardless of whether you win or lose takes more strength in character, and is ultimately more courageous. This

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    themselves food, which is time consuming. Therefore, this project is developed to decrease the amount of time they need in order to provide themselves food. The idea is basicity expanding the cafeteria at Texas A&M at Qatar in another location that will accommodate larger number of people, and to create a better environment to the students and stuff. The location that was chosen will accommodate around 100-150 person. Along with expanding the cafeteria, a buffet going to be add with more food to serve

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  • To Kill a Mockingbird

    The story under analysis is the excerpt from the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee, that’s why it has not a special title. The title of the whole book is thought-provoking and idiomatic; it makes the reader wonder what a Mockingbird is and who is supposed to kill it. The subject matter of the story is racial discrimination, corruption of the court system in the American world of prejudice. This extract depicts a trial of Tom Robinson, a Negro, who is in the criminal dock on a capital charge

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  • To Kill a Mockingbird

       In To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Atticus teaches his children many lessons  about life. Atticus teaches his children the importance of acceptance, how to avoid  stereotyping, and lastly how racism shows the people of Maycomb’s true colours. To  conclude Atticus makes it clear to his children that they should never judge a person  before getting to know them.     Firstly,stereotyping is the main thing in To Kill a Mockingbird.Scout and Jem learn  from their mistakes or they learn from the people themselves

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    In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird there were three unique families. The Ewells were poor and choose to live like animals. The Cunninghams were hardworking and only took what they could repay. The Finches were respected by all citizens in Maycomb and lived their life according to a definite code of values. This being said, the Ewells, Cunninghams and the Finches were three distinctly different families with differing code of values. Unquestionably, the Ewells were a filthy poor family that did

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  • Food

    Change December 15. 2013 Change Food Politics: the political aspects of production, control, regulation, inspection and distribution of food. The politics can be affected by the ethical, cultural, medical and environmental disputes concerning proper farming, agriculture and retailing methods and regulations. Food politics is something most college students know nothing about. But without it, one bite from that burger you love from McDonalds could kill you. Do you ever stop and think about who

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  • Smoking Kills

    Smokers should not be allowed to smoke around other people in public. Smokers should stop smoking. Smoking is very addicting to people and it’s bad for them and for the environment. It can cause many diseases and problems to people. Also it can kill people and cause relatives and friends to hurt also due to problems the smokers runs into. Smoking can also cause physical and mental appearance. Pregnant woman also can harm themselves and the child they are carrying while they are smoking due to

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  • Smoking Kills

    SMOKING KILLS! Contents of a cigarette What are the effects of smoking on the lungs? Lung cancer is the most common form of cancer caused by smoking. More than 80% of cases of lung cancer are due to smoking. Cigarette smoke contains many chemicals that interfere with the body's method of filtering air and cleaning out the lungs. The smoke irritates the lungs and leads to overproduction

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  • To Kill or Not to Kill

    To Kill or not to Kill The death penalty should be abolished because it has not proven to deter violent crime, protect people from heinous crimes, or become an economically effective way to punish those who have committed evil crimes. Nor does it achieve justice for the victims and their families. Think of yourself and your loved ones, what if someone you loved was brutally murdered or tortured and then killed, would you want to get your justification by knowing the person who not only took your

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    In this essay I will introduce you to the two main characters in Harper Lee's book "To kill a mockingbird", comparing them in their attitudes and actions. Atticus Finch is a single father raising two children in the small town of Maycomb, Alabama. Atticus works as a lawyer believing in equal justice for all Americans regardless of race or religion. Bob Ewell is also a single father raising eight children who also lives in Maycomb. Bob is unemployed collecting welfare who believes in racial segregation

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  • To Kill or Not to Kill

    To Kill or Not to Kill, That is the Question Murderers, killers: A person who performs the unlawful premeditated killing of another human being. When I hear these words, I think to myself, how could a human being just go out and kill another human being? A killer has to be someone who has something going on up in his or her head to make them crazy enough to murder someone. How could a person be that mad enough to even get the motivation to kill another person? Could an individual that has murdered

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  • Whaling; to Kill or Not to Kill

    Environmental Issue Project – Whaling; to kill or not to kill Larry Baker Rasmussen College Authors note: This assignment is being submitted on August 22, 2014 for Ms. Jaime Farrow’s Section 05 Human Uses of the Environment class. We have all seen, or most of us anyway, the classic movie Moby Dick written by Herman Melville, about the obsessed Captain Ahab who is determined to kill the whale or die trying. Now this is a work of fiction but people have been hunting whales for tens of thousands

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    Zach McKinnell Mrs. Ivey Honors English 9 2\8\15 To Kill A Mockingbird was one of the best books of the twentieth century. It has lots of good morals and shows how people learn lessons. In this book there are many instances where people follow Atticus’ advice. When he says you need to walk in someone’s shoes before you can judge their lives. Throughout the book people learn about this lesson more and more. One example is when Scout walks in Boo’s shoes. During the story Scout was on Boo’s

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    In the Pulitzer Prize winning novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee, the novel commences by introducing the three main characters Charles Baker “Dill” Harris, Jean Louise “Scout” Finch, and Jeremy Atticus “Jem” Finch. These three children are the focus of the revolutionary piece, which is settled in the farmers city of Maycomb, Alabama in the early years of The Great Depression. Why does the author include the third character Dill, why didn’t Lee focus only on the two Finch siblings

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    her life. Tea Cake one day rescued Janie from a mad dog, but was bitten in his heroic effort. For a few months there was no effect, but when the rabies hit him, it was unbearable. It eventually got so incredibly bad that Tea Cake tried to kill Janie. His did this not out of hate for her but because of the mad dog within him. The was no way out for her. She desperately wished for things to be the way they used to be, but those wishes were not answered. She eventually shot and killed Tea Cake

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  • To Kill a Mockingbird Oral

    have a treat for you, it’s a novel you may have studied back in those high school days. georgia: Yes guys, that’s right, we’re going to talk about To Kill a Mockingbird but more specifically how the characters are related to us. Jemma: So first, for those of you who didn’t pay attention in class, here’s a few things you need to know. Georgia: To Kill a Mocking bird is written by Harper Lee, and was published in 1957. This book is from a “first person” point of view and told by a young girl called

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  • Trained to Kill

    “Trained to kill” Logos appeal: “why our youngest generation is so violent.” “train our Marines to kill.” “humans have a natural aversion to killing one another.” “problem was psychological conditioning.” “We fought each other -- living, thinking, breathing enemies -- the ultimate in realism.” “The realism provided by video games works on young brains the same way.” “ You can't perpetrate these kinds of mass murders with a knife.” “We also need to address the factors in our culture that

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    Andrew Holloman ENG 1101 11/13/12 Compare and Contrast Essay Similarities between Harper Lee’s Childhood Life and Scout Finch’s Childhood Life The To Kill a Mockingbird novel written by Harper Lee is commonly considered one of the twentieth century's most widely read American novels. The vast majority of people that have read the novel are of the belief that the events contained within the novel are based on Harper Lee’s childhood experiences growing up in the South. However, absent of

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  • To Kill a Mokingbird

    To Kill a Mockingbird Tiffin University Lisa Caskey September 28, 2012 Degree Completion Program English 365 Issues in Literature Discrimination and prejudice were very common in the 1900’s. Prejudice is defined in the Webster’s dictionary as “preconceived judgment; or opinion; an adverse opinion or leaning formed without just grounds or before sufficient knowledge”. (http://www.merriam-webster.com/). Discrimination is defined as “prejudiced or

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    magically have more time tomorrow, that somehow—even though we don’t change anything that we’re doing—we’ll be able to exercise and eat healthier and get into better shape tomorrow. It’s funny, we don’t do the same thing with food though, do we? If you didn’t have enough food in the house to eat this week, do you think you’d say, “Oh, it’s OK, I’ll just start eating again next week.” Of course not. The first stop on the road to better health is to stop lying to ourselves. Two Solutions There are

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    Final Analysis on “To Kill A Mockingbird” by Harper Lee Jackie Berry Colorado Technical University LITR 240 Prof. Peggy Huey May 9, 2011 Abstract When an author writes novels, short stories, or poems, most of their ideas come from life experiences. The author is trying to send a message that may mirror what the reader can understand. Many writings address conflicts, themes and symbolism. Harper Lee (2006) introduced many of these elements into her novel “To Kill a Mockingbird”. Harper

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    Analysis of “To kill a mockingbird” Saryuna Rinchino, gr. 02193 The story under analysis is an extract from a novel “To kill a mockingbird”. The book was written by Harper Lee in 1960. Harper Lee was born in 1926 in the state of Alabama. In 1945-1949 she studied law at the University of Alabama. “To kill a mockingbird” is her first novel and after being published it was highly acclaimed and even was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1961, one of the most important awards in literature. The book became

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    the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee describes the ways a community’s stupidly can provoke Prejudice and bias can cause a person’s true immaturity to be released. Prejudice and bias are created by the lack of knowledge, fear itself, and the need to have something to blame all our problems on and staying calm and collected will overcome this dilemma. Ignorance and the lack of knowledge can block someone from seeing that what they are doing is wrong. At the beginning of To Kill a Mockingbird

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  • Food

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    JC Miranda & Shant Bekarian Mrs. Lambert English Honors II The book To kill a mockingbird is a microcosm of the Judicial Branch and the American law system. Microcosm has a multitude of definitions that vary from a little world to a greatly diminished size. The definition being examined in this essay is something that makes up another entity of a larger size. Juror Eleven makes a connection between these two by stating his love for this country due to the differences between

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