Writing through To Kill A Mockingbird

Author and professor Jonathan Rogers of Grammar for Writers demonstrates how good reading can produce writing with powerful symbolism and memorable characters.

Part of the new Creative Writing Through Literature series.


Writing through To Kill A Mockingbird provides a seminar in creative writing through a set of self-paced video lectures. Jonathan Rogers explores this masterpiece of American fiction to teach writers how to use point of view, pacing, and mannerisms to write what you know. Dr. Rogers has written The Wilderking Trilogy, The World According to Narnia, and other books.

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Writing through To Kill A Mockingbird is part of the new series Creative Writing Through Literature. Purchase the whole series or explore one of the lecture sets for your homeschool:

Sample Lessons

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Watch sample lectures from Writing through the Wardrobe, the first installment of this series.


  1. First-Person Narration
  2. In-Scene, Out-of-Scene
  3. Mannerisms and Manners
  4. Pacing
  5. Convincing Description
  6. Symbolism
  7. Tim Johnson, Part 1
  8. Tim Johnson, Part 2
  9. Engaging the Reader’s Judgment
  10. Revealing Gestures
  11. The Ewells
  12. Dialogue as Action
  13. Showing and Telling in the Courtroom
  14. Manners (Again)
  15. Big Ideas
  16. Seeing from the Character’s Perspective
  17. Reality as a Source of Fiction


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