Truman Capote Essay Topics

Is Atticus Fitch a good Father?

Fathers are important role models who raise and nurture their children with much love. A good father is a man who protects and provides for his children, who disciplines his children, and who tries to bring them up to know the difference between good and bad. Fathers should be there for their children in all… View Article

What Is The Significance Of Boo Radley?

Boo Radley is essential to the book “To Kill a Mockingbird” because he is a catalyst for many other things to happen through out the book. For example he allows the reader to see what the mentality of some of the people in Maycomb. For example Miss. Stephanie Crawford, who demonises Boo as a monster… View Article

Mockingbird Characters in “To Kill a Mockingbird”

There are many different “mockingbird” characters in Harper Lee’s classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird. Early on in the novel, Atticus tells his children to “shoot all the blue jays that you want, but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird” (Lee 103). He says this because mockingbirds are known to be harmless creatures… View Article

“To Kill A Mockingbird” Reading Journal

1) Choose one complex character from the novel. Using quotations from the text as supporting evidence, examine and explain the devices used by the author to create this complex character. Then, describe how this character has contributed to the development of the plot in Chapters 7-11. Scout is a complex character in the novel “To… View Article

In Cold Blood Essay Questions

1) In Cold Blood is a non-fiction novel, but how is it more like journalism than an ordinary work of fiction? Truman Capote wrote the book in brief sections, setting the scene and then putting a break in the narrative, the way the book is structured with several plotlines happening at the same time it… View Article

In Cold Blood Dialectical Journal

Entry 1, page 5 “But afterward the townspeople, theretofore sufficiently unfearful of each other to seldom trouble to lock their doors, found fantasy re-creating them over and over again—those somber explosions that stimulated fires of mistrust in the glare of which many old neighbors viewed each other strangely, and as strangers.” I found this quote… View Article