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To Kill a Mockingbird Essay To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee is one of the most famous novels in American literature Consequently it was inevitable that someone would make a film adaptation of the book There are many similarities as well as differences between the movie and the book There are many similarities between the movie and the novel versions of TKAM dealing with characters plot setting and theme One similarity is the mystery behind Boo Radley In both versions Boo was considered a crazy guy who lived in a scary house He was also exposed in both versions as a Good Samaritan when First he put a blanket around Scout when Miss Maudies house burned down and second when he saved Scout and Jem from Bob Ewell Another similarity is the stories of the witnesses during Tom Robinsons trial In both versions the Ewells maintained that Tom had beaten and raped Mayella while Tom said that Mayella tried to take advantage of him Another similarity is Toms crippled left hand In the book and the film he got it cut off in a cotton gin when he was thirteen Another similarity is that the story takes place in Maycomb Alabama One theme that was consistent throughout the book and film versions was family is what keeps us together To conclude there are many similarities between the movie and the book versions of To Kill a Mockingbird There are many differences between the book and the movie versions of TKAM as well One difference is the fact that many people in the book that made an impact in the story never made an appearance in the film One of these people was Aunt Alexandra Aunt Alexandra was probably the closest person to a mother figure for Scout throughout the book The fact that she didnt even show up in the movie was a huge difference Another person was Nathan Radley He
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