SAVE TIME & UNDERSTAND MORE! WARNING: This is not the actual book To Kill a Mockingbird by Nelle Harper Lee. Do not buy this Study Guide, Summary & Analysis if you are looking for a full copy of this classic book.Instead, our expert literary critic has already read To Kill a Mockingbird and pulled out the key characters, events, and action points to give you a comprehensive chapter-by-chapter summary and review guide in a clear, concise, easy-to-understand format. Because of its retrospective narrative style, To Kill a Mockingbird is precocious and funny, satiric and wise. Scout's commentary and understanding of her bewilderment at six years old make for unique storytelling that is irresistible to any reader.This 30-minute review guide is both entertaining and jam-packed with information. It conveniently lays out all of the book's hidden gems: plot points you might miss, symbols that only become obvious on a second or third read-through, and themes that affect your understanding of the story. You'll be guided through every twist & turn of Harper Lee's classic novel, giving you a deeper analysis of this classic work of American literature while helping you rise to the top of the class. What else is included?1) Character Reference Guide2) Plot Summary3) Analysis of Themes & Motifs 4) Discussion of To Kill a Mockingbird's Legacy & Impact Many students use this summary to cram for an exam, of course. But most students first read a chapter of the full book, and then they read the corresponding section in our guide. Regardless, this is your map when you're deep in the intricate sub-plots and fascinating imagery of To Kill a Mockingbird. You'll see the book in a whole new way. STUDY GUIDE, SUMMARY & ANALYSIS OF HARPER LEE'S TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD -- NELLE HARPER LEE To Kill A Mockingbird is as tenacious and headstrong as the woman who wrote the book. Despite being banned in several counties throughout the years (or perhaps because of it), the book's charm and timeless values shine through, winning countless awards and being recognized worldwide and by readers of all ages as one of America's greatest contributions to literature. Harper Lee won the admiration of millions by weaving a story about human dignity standing alongside disgrace, in the unforgettable voice of childhood innocence. At the time of the book's publication, the United States was experiencing an explosion of the same racial tensions that Scout and Jem witnessed during their youth in the 1930s. Racial prejudice and injustice were rampant. Those who thought differently and stood up for change were, like Atticus, facing the narrow and rigid thinking handed down from former generations-vulnerable and exposed to attack . . . and sometimes they, too, were alone. The American South was once again in the midst of a violent transition not completely dissimilar to that of the Civil War and Reconstruction. This book was a product of its time, and many of its elements, from the description of the town's dominant mentality to the treatment of Tom Robinson, were drawn from reality. Consequently, the book was a sensation (sensational, almost, due to being banned in certain districts), and it remains a work beloved among free thinkers. FROM START-TO-FINISH IN JUST 30 MINUTES!If you're reading To Kill a Mockingbird for personal enjoyment, this study guide will help you get the most from Nelle Harper Lee's novel. For serious students of literature, this guide will make sure you miss nothing!