Spark Publishing’s Literature Guides are celebrating their 5th Anniversary! To celebrate this, we’re giving out TOP 50 a revamp by adding some exciting new features.
There will be sixteen pages devoted to writing a literary essay including:
- Glossary of literary terms,
- Step by step tutoring on how to write a literary essay
- Feature on how not to plagiarized.
Each book will also include an A+ Essay; an actual literary essay written about the Spark-ed book, to show students how an essay should be written.
About the Author
Harper Lee was born in 1926 in Monroeville, Alabama. She attended the local schools and studied law at the University of Alabama. For some years she spent most of her time in New York City, where, until she began writing, she was employed in the reservations department of an international airline. "Aside from writing," says Miss Lee, "my chief interests in life are collecting memoirs of nineteenth-century clergymen, golf, crime and music."
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I love this spark notes, and the info on themes and motifs is extremely helpful.
To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee is a novel that takes place in during the depression. I recommend because it is a novel that revolves around the troubles of the colored people back then. It shows how they had to deal with everyday racism. In the novel, this is shown by the trial of Tom Robinson, an african american who was accused of an act he didn’t do. He goes through an unfair trial that shows how the people in the town had no care for the skin colored people. To Kill a Mockingbird, is a great book that shows how racism is never the right response so anyone or anything. I highly recommend this novel to those who are interested in the great depression and how the skin colored people were treated back then. This book was great because it gave us a visual of how the skin colored were treated because of who they were. Also, this book was a modified version of the author’s real story.