To Kill a Mockingbird Structure
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To Kill a Mockingbird has two parallel narratives operating through the same narrator, Scout. Full of metaphors of racism, intolerance and ignorance, the screenplay uses each Scene and Sequence to advance each of the two stories coherently. As noted in the Wikipedia entry, there are significant differences between the screenplay and novel, and it is informative to see how screenwriter Horton Foote condensed events and characters to focus key created by novelist Harper Lee. The Screenplay Summary comes with a free summary of the Chapter content of the novel for comparison.