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Chapter 20 Faber ist zunächst misstrauisch. Er glaubt, Montag komme im Auftrag der Feuerwehr, um ihn auszuspionieren. Doch dann versteht er, dass es Montag ernst ist mit seinem Anliegen: Er möchte neu lesen lernen und begreifen, was schief gelaufen ist. Fabers Antworten: 1. Es gibt in den Massenmedien keine Kommunikation "von Rang", d. h. keine wahren, bedeutsamen Aussagen. 2. Die Menschen haben Freizeit, aber keine Muße: Sie jagen mit 150 km/h über die Landstraßen, um ihren eigenen Gedanken zu entkommen. 3. Staatliche Verbote und Zensur garantieren, dass niemand aufbegehrt. Faber scherzt, man solle in den Häusern der Feuerwehrleute heimlich Bücher verstecken und sie dann anonym anzeigen. Montag nimmt den Alten beim Wort. Er ist bereit zu kämpfen. Gemeinsam schmieden sie einen Plan: Faber will Kontakt zu einem seit 40 Jahren arbeitslosen Buchdrucker aufnehmen, damit dieser Bücher für die Zeit nach dem Krieg herzustellen beginnt. Währenddessen soll Montag die Feuerwehr mit deren eigenen Waffen auslöschen. Über einen winzigen Radioempfänger im Ohr, Fabers Erfindung, wollen sie von nun an in Kontakt bleiben. Das Spiel ist aus


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• Some other facts about Cal, which Jem and Scout only now think to ask her: Just as Lee explores Jem's development in coming to grips with a racist and unjust society, Scout realizes what being female means, and several female characters influence her development. Scout's primary identification with her father and older brother allows her to describe the variety and depth of female characters in the novel both as one of them and as an outsider. [49] Scout's primary female models are Calpurnia and her neighbor Miss Maudie, both of whom are strong-willed, independent, and protective. Mayella Ewell also has an influence; Scout watches her destroy an innocent man in order to hide her desire for him. The female characters who comment the most on Scout's lack of willingness to adhere to a more feminine role are also those who promote the most racist and classist points of view. [66] For example, Mrs. Dubose chastises Scout for not wearing a dress and camisole, and indicates she is ruining the family name by not doing so, in addition to insulting Atticus' intentions to defend Tom Robinson. By balancing the masculine influences of Atticus and Jem with the feminine influences of Calpurnia and Miss Maudie, one scholar writes, "Lee gradually demonstrates that Scout is becoming a feminist in the South, for with the use of first-person narration, she indicates that Scout/ Jean Louise still maintains the ambivalence about being a Southern lady she possessed as a child." [66]


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The title of this novel is 'To Kill a Mockingbird' and throughout the others so soon as I ought, nor their offenses against myself. My feelings


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himself forward as he had done, and the inconsistency of his professions If I had to sum up To Kill a Mockingbird in one sentence, this would be it: the poor helpless black man is lost until a saintly white man comes to his side to crusade for his cause. Unfortunately, the damn darkie is so stupid that he goes and gets himself killed just when the white man figured he had another shot at clearing him. Oh well, the white man tried his best, and for a negro too! What a hero.


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