Literary Elements Used in "To Kill A Mockingbird"
Harper Lee uses many literary elements and techniques that make her novel appealing to a reader. Foreshadowing, use of setting, many themes (or motifs), and well-developed characters are prevalent in this novel.
Lee uses many motifs in this novel. The reoccurring symbols can also be interpreted as foreshadowing. Hands and arms play a big role as well as the distinction between left and right. This mostly pertains to trial of Tom Robinson. References to birds and the color red also show up quite often in the novel. These motifs are associated with Arthur 'Boo' Radley. Use of some of these s…
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