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Maybe Mockingbird is a tribute to her own father who was also a noted civil rights lawyer. And perhaps the reclusive Harper Lee saw herself more as much the reclusive Boo Radley than in Scout? Perhaps Mockingbird is more a literary invention than autobiography? The crimes against books are committed by the foot soldiers. As an adult, it stuck me that Farhrenheit carries with it a quiet yet as-relevant message: A job that makes you hate yourself is its own kind of burning.
The Stranger by Albert Camus - The Stranger is dark, scary and argued existence is a pointless labrynith with no exit. I loved it as a teenager and was sure the man who wrote it was the brooding, mysterious older brother I never had. Albert Camus was a high school jock, handsome as a matinee idol and by all accounts, a happy, contented person. The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka - What teenager does not respond to the out-of-placedness of Gregor Samsa waking up with in the body of cockroach?
His fate is determines as much by him being a economic nuisance to them as a giant bug. Who are you? But Dickinson as shrinking-violet-in-chief ignores history on purpose. Dickinson wrote with fire a poem a day in her best years , knew the work of her poetic heroes cold, and sought out mentors and constructive criticism. Even if she never intended to publish, her discipline was on par with a professional athlete. The one image we have of Dickinson as a frail 17 year old is a half-truth. No author would ever confuse me this much on purpose and get my free time if I could help it.
Pynchon is actually a much nicer guy than that. Lot 49 is nutty. Structured as a roadtrip that never reaches its destination, the novel and its author seem to be saying. Wanna ride with me? The Pigs, of course. Beware of tyrants dressed as liberators? Instead Orwell reminds us we are all the same flawed creatures yesterday as today. I thought and became convinced over the years that open confrontation in the controlled setting of the classroom could achieve that emotional distance. When Atticus learns of the fray, Scout asks if he is a "nigger lover.
I try to love everybody.
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As the reality of racial discomfort and mistrust cast its shadow over the classroom, the tension would become almost palpable. Unable to utter the taboo word "nigger," students would be paralyzed, the whites by their social awareness of the moral injunction against it and the blacks by their heightened sensitivity to it. Slowly, torturously, the wall of silence would begin to crumble before students' timid attempts to approach the topic with euphemism. Finally, after some tense moments, one courageous adolescent would utter the word.
The interracial understanding fostered by this careful, enlightened study of To Kill a Mockingbird can, I think, be achieved with a similar approach to Huckleberry Finn.