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    are meant to be told. Harper Lee titled this book To Kill a Mockingbird because a mockingbird symbolizes those who possess virtue. A mockingbird is a species of a bird that are best known for the habit of some species mimicking the songs of other birds and the sounds of insects and amphibians often loudly and in rapid tone. In addition to, they are from the Mimidae family and during their long nocturnal serenades; Northern Mockingbirds are capable of singing over 1,000 songs per hour. The line in

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    Innocence and Experience in To Kill a Mockingbird Innocence is a time when a person has never done something; it is the first step of the journey from innocence to experience. The second step in this movement is experience and this is what is achieved after a person has done something they have never done before or learns something they have never known before. This theme of growth from innocence to experience occurs many times in To Kill a Mockingbird and is one of the central themes in

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    Feedback Effects of Soil Carbon Cycling in Northern Ecosystems Global warming will be greatest in mid-continental North America and Eurasia, where temperatures are predicted to increase 4 - 12_C during the winter and 2 - 6_ C in summer (Kasischke et. al, 1995). This warming will shift the boreal forest, bog, and tundra biomes that dominate these areas northward as much as 500 km in the first hundred years of warming (Toward...1988, qtd. in Varallyay, 1990). Alaskan studies indicate that these

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    Pedogenesis in Western Washington and Northern Alaska: A Comparison of the Primary Factors Introduction: Pedology is partially based on the established principle that soil changes are directly correlated to specific biotic communities and regional climatic patterns. From this principle questions have arisen as to why the Arctic tundra that lies above the treeline in Alaska displays similar chemical characteristics to that of the well-developed Podzols and Spodosols found in the coniferous forests

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    John D. Rockeffelar and Northern Securities In 1859 John D. Rockefeller started one of the greatest monopolies of the progressive era. The Standard Oil Company grew to dominate the oil industry and became one of the first big trust in the United States. In 1870 the Northern Pacific Railway which span from Duluth and St. Paul, Minnesota, to Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon. Northern Pacific Railway was the first to offer passenger and service across the Western U.S. John Rockefeller

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    bod van € 480 van de Thompson divisie niet accepteren. De case vermeldt dat de divisies zelfstandig worden beoordeeld op winst en rentabiliteit. Dit maakt dat Northern divisie als investeringscentrum getypeerd moet worden. Het bod van Thompson brengt voor Northern meer kosten met zich mee dan het bod van West Paper Company (voor Northern het goedkoopste bod). Door het bod van Thompson toch te accepteren zou Kenton de winstgevendheid en daarmee de rentabiliteit van zijn divisie schaden. Hierop zou

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    Symbolism in To Kill a Mockingbird

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    To Kill a Mockingbird is a book with several examples of symbolism. Although the story is seen through a child’s perspective, it includes multiple instances of symbolism, some more obvious than others. Mockingbirds, Mayella’s geraniums, and the Radley household are all big symbols in To Kill a Mockingbird. An example of symbolism in To Kill a Mockingbird is mockingbirds themselves. When Atticus says “’I’d rather you shot at tin cans in the back yard, but I know you’ll go after birds. Shoot all the

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    “Mockingbirds don’t do one thing but make music for us to enjoy.” Those were the words spoken by Miss Maudie Atkinson. She tries to tell Jem about why mockingbirds should not be killed. Although there are many characters in the novel, the mockingbirds that were the most obvious in the story were Tom Robinson, Boo Radley, and Mrs. Dubose. Even though there are many other characters to choose from, the most obvious mockingbirds are Tom Robinson, Boo Radley, and Mrs. Dubose. The way that Boo Radley

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    In regards to raising his children, Atticus had his own method to spread his message. Atticus Finch’s mission was to teach his children a life lesson about perseverance from fighting, courage, and most importantly, that it is a sin to kill a mockingbird. Atticus has told Jem and Scout to never physically fight under any circumstances because there are many other ways of solving problems. Punching someone with your fist does not cure the problem it only mentally calms you down. He thought his children

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    In the book, To Kill a Mockingbird, many themes are discussed throughout the story. The most significant theme is how over the course of the story, Jem and Scout slowly mature after specific events, and realize the reality of good and evil. Along the way, they meet Tom Robinson, a black man who is convicted of raping a white girl, who plays a major role in the story. Mrs. Dubose, a senile grumpy woman, shows what “real courage” is. Arthur Radley, known as Boo, is a recluse who is said to have tried

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