To Kill A Mockingbird Essays: Self Analysis

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To Kill a Mockingbird, an American classic read across the nation in high school English classes. A staple of American literature. In seventh grade, I decided to conquer this book. Reading had always been a passion of mine, but had only recently become a source of pride. The in-between of middle school pre-teen pubesence left me floundering to define my sense of self. At the time, the fruitlessness of this search did not register. Belonging to the gifted program within school spurred my need to define myself within impressive academic terms. Even though school was no longer effortless, I could still rely on my advanced reading ability to justify belonging in a program with students who seemed far better than myself. I needed to prove that

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