Readathon Mini-Challenge | Classic Words of Wisdom

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The lovely Allie from a Literary Odyssey is challenging readathoners to dive into their favourite classics’ words of wisdom, so here’s my humble attempt of explaining how one of my favourite books influenced me.

originalTo Kill A Mockingbird, by Harper Lee is usually read quite early in America, but I didn’t really know much about it until recently. I’d heard of it, but didn’t really discuss it in school or with any of my friends. Going in blind into the book, it draw me in and showed me why it’s really a classic.

Atticus is such a great father and tries to teach his children one of the most important lessons in life: empathy. He puts it in such simple and easy to understand words that he gets through to Scout and to his readers at the same time.

When I saw how Scout behave not only towards Tom Robinson…

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