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And any creature that shall seem to be human, but is not formed thus is not human. It is a blasphemy against the true image of God, and hateful in the sight of God.” ― “Sophie dear,' I said. ''Oh, don't call him that - please - we can't any of us help being what we are. She crossed to the bedside and knelt down concernedly beside it. A pause, then a brown arm reached out round Petra's shoulders. it no longer tore at one's heart: but it left itbruised and aching..” ― “Your work is to survive.
Neither his kind, nor his kind of thinking will survive long.
Bodkin Due: Tuesday May 25th, 2011 By: Colin Jansen Novel Comparison Essay To Kill A Mockingbird And The Chrysalids Both novels To Kill A Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee, and The Chrysalids, written by John Whyndham, are comparable in many different ways.
Both novels feature a young narrator that the reader grows up with.
Both stories are told through the narrators eyes, use the same styles of writing and deliver the same messages in their novels.
Theses devices will be used to compare the two novels by showing examples from each.
In the novel To Kill A Mockingbird, the children grow up in a community that discriminates against black people in a time such prejudice was tolerated and even encouraged.
Scout and the other main characters are raised in Maycomb County, a community in which black and white people live.