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KinShing Cheng
ESL 5-61 Ms Stranahan 4/24/2013 JOURNAL# 1 After I read the novel “To Kill A Mockingbird”, I think that the writer want tell the people should not judges a person by first impressions, because she believes these judgments are mostly incorrect. I choose Boo Radley as a good example for that. Through several chapters, most of you would feel that he is an eccentric boy, different from other kids. He always stays at home; do not play with other Childs, and also attacked his father. The boys asking him come out to play each other, but everyone is scary. As Dill said, "We're asking him real politely to come out sometimes, and tell us what he does in there—we said we wouldn't hurt him and we'd buy him an ice cream." "You all have gone crazy, he'll kill us!" "It's my idea. I figure if he'd come out and sit a spell with us he might feel better.” (5.72-76). So Boo seems like a good question to them. Also though those sentence I can image the feeling which it head of them. My first issue is about can you be human without communication. I would say no way. Because I think that Trust and respect can be established with communication. Also communication is a important foundation of our relationship. Through a communication, we will find the better way to understand each other. In novel, because the Childs never communicate to Boo, so they easily misunderstand him. The next important idea is about should judges a person by first impressions? At the beginning of novel, the Childs think Boo is out of control, and how come he could attack his father such as a bad guy. I think that is a common, because if a person give you a good first impression, you usually hold it off until...
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