Compare And Contrast To Kill A Mockingbird

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For the two hours allotted running time of the film, To Kill a Mockingbird, it surprisingly grasps much of the main idea of its corresponding book. However, readers of To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee could easily identify the major differences: the absence of some influential foil characters, the lack of a couple important scenes and the different characteristics of the main characters. Even though the book and the film contains many notable differences, they share the same morals and concepts that the novel contained including the impression of the cruel segregation and the racist injustice happening in the 1930s. Additionally, they both portray the mockingbird as a symbol of innocence and also as a fragile creature that witnessed of the
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