Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Would Dill still feel the same way about Scout?
Do you recall the post prior to this one, which was written by Jesus Christ about whether or not Scout would be different if she had a mother? Also, do you recall the post way prior to this one about the relationship between Scout and Dill, written by Miley Cyrus? I was really thinking about it, and I was wondering if Dill would still feel the same way about Scout if her mother did not die? I believe that if Scout had a mother, that she would definately be significantly different because she would most likely be more feminine. If Dill really likes Scout now, even to the point that he thinks they should have a baby, do you still think he would feel the same about her if she was different and more girly. Apparently he likes the tom boyish kind of girl that she is, so do you think his feelings would change about Scout, and do you think it is possible that the book would have changed a little bit if Scout and Dill were not in love like they believe they are? I truely believe that the book would have changed because there wouldn't be that compassion and sense of love(even though they are too young to know what love really is), if they did not feel for eachother like they do now? What do you think?