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Today on… The Dr. Yatron Show. An interview with my grandmother!. To Kill A Mockingbird. Fast Facts. Written by famous author: Harper Lee

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today on the dr yatron show

Today on… The Dr. Yatron Show

An interview with my grandmother!

to kill a mockingbird
To Kill A Mockingbird

Fast Facts

  • Written by famous author: Harper Lee
  • To Kill A Mockingbird dives into the realm of the Great Depression, segregation, and racism that occurred in the deep southern state of Alabama in the 1930s.
  • First published in 1960
  • Became a Pulitzer prize winner in 1961
  • Later made into Academy Award winning movie
  • Renowned as a masterpiece of American Literature
on today s episode
On Today's Episode…
  • Our wonderful host and on field reporter, Dr. Stratton Yatron, has been doing some immense research with the book To Kill A Mockingbird recently. He has been studying how award winning author , Harper Lee’s book relates to life now and how the book related to life in the 1930s. Today we will be showing you an interview with a woman who lived through the 1930s. This woman is Sarah D. Yatron; Dr. Yatron’s very own grandmother!
to kill a mockingbird grandma
To Kill a Mockingbird & Grandma

Mrs. Sarah D. Yatron

To Kill a Mockingbird

  • Mrs. Yatron was 7 in 1935 and lived with her mother
  • Lived in PA (North)
  • Mrs. Yatron didn’t know or wanted to know what was happening in the world at the time
  • People of Hamburg knew each other and were friendly
  • Blacks excluded from community for the most part
  • Mrs. Yatron and her family had some finical problems
  • Racism was evident everywhere
  • Scout was 5 and Jem was 9 in 1935 without a mother
  • Lived in AL (South)
  • Jem and Scout didn’t understand what was happening in the world at the time
  • Citizens of Maycomb were kind to each other
  • Blacks had their own community separate from Maycomb
  • Jem and Scout didn’t have to worry too much about money unlike many in Maycomb
  • Racism was evident everywhere
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To Kill a Mockingbird & Grandma

Mrs. Sarah D. Yatron

To Kill a Mockingbird

  • Hamburg had a Pool for kids in the summer
  • Hamburg School had good teachers that inspired their students
  • When Mrs. Yatron taught, you couldn’t discipline students in a physical way
  • Mrs. Yatron feels Atticus is the Hero of the story
  • Finally, during the civil right movement when white and colored schools had to mix, many protested
  • After reading the book Mrs. Yatron believes that the book teaches tolerance and equality for all
  • Maycomb was poor and didn’t have much for kids to do
  • Scout’s teacher Miss Caroline didn’t inspire Scout
  • Miss. Caroline disciplined students by patting them with a ruler
  • Scout and Jem look up to Atticus as someone to go to when in trouble
  • When Tom Robinson and Mayella were together Bob Ewell was furious and beat Mayella
credits
CREDITS

Host: Stratton Yatron

Director/Producer: David Brickey (Blurred)

Sr. Cameraman/Designer: Frank Lisa

Lead Designer/ Jr. Cameraman: Colby Geisinger