Here is the section where you begin to intensely describe and analyze your character based on the THREE characteristics from that long list you emailed and that you have chosen to discuss. 4. Body Paragraph E: The Character and Conflict: This section will discuss the main conflict you see with your character and how it fits with the theme YOU see as the key idea of the novel. 5.
Conclusion: bring your analysis together, reiterating your identification and characterization of your character and the role your character plays in the novel. Essay Prompt: in an essay of at least 900 words, analyze a character from To Kill a Mockingbird, detailing what type of character he/she is; investigating how the author describes him/her; and describing what kind the conflict the hearted experiences and how this conflict (s) plays a key role in the theme of the novel. 1.
Introductory Paragraph a. Thesis Statement: In the novel To Kill A Mockingbird the character Dill is a major dynamic character who helps shape the novels plot by; the influence he has on the protagonists Jam and Scout, sparking the interest in Boo Raddled, and displaying childhood innocence to the people in Macomb who do not possess it. 2. Body Section: Thesis Point A-?character type T: His origins and his beginnings with the Finch’s E: His first encounter and talk with Jam and Scout
Q: His crazy stories and exaggerated nature Example: Being in a mail plane 17 times Example: Being able to have seen Nova Scotia A: His relationships with the other main characters (Mainly Jam and Scout) 3. Body Section: Thesis Point B-?characteristic #1 T: His sparked interest in Boo Raddled E: The second summer when Jam and him start to make plans (Shut down by Attic’s) Q: Driving the thought of Boo Raddled into Jam and Scout Example: Dill and Jam were simply going to peep in the window with the loose shutter to see if they could get a look at Boo Raddled (peg. 78)