World Literature

To Kill a Mockingbird- IOC

In the movie, To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch delivers a powerful speech in court to convince that the accusation put on Tom Robinson was mistaken. Throughout the speech, he uses various techniques in order to prove the innocence of Robinson, express the shamefulness he feels about the racist white community, and bring the court to think twice about this case. Atticus Finch’s usage of techniques and the effect it has on the speech is mainly discussed in the oral commentary.

Click -> Atticus IOC for the Oral Commentary on Atticus Finch’s speech.

2 thoughts on “To Kill a Mockingbird- IOC

  1. Nice analysis. A well developed commentary. At times you just identify devices without commenting on their effect. Generally though a high level of understanding is evident and you have organized your thoughts well. You engage with the text.


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