Examples Of Judgement In To Kill A Mockingbird

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Everyone, at one point in their life, has judged someone by the way they look. It doesn’t matter if positive or negative. It’s only natural and normally doesn’t do too much harm, but in some cases, it leads to major drama, such as racism. Racism is the belief that one specific race is better or worse than another. This caused major tension throughout the 1900s because most African Americans were being judged by their skin color or race. The books, To Kill a Mockingbird, Of Mice and Men, and The Ethics of Living Jim Crow: An Autobiographical Sketch, all depict what racism and judgement appeared in those time periods. Through the dialogue of the character and proverbs from the wiser characters, the reader learns about judgement at first sight and how it acts as a foundation for modern day stereotypes and racism.…show more content…
One can still keep someone from doing a horrendous act due to the fact that all humans have compassion. Most people won’t kill an innocent person, but under extreme pressures they will, but all they really need is a reminder of who they really are. Also, many people will act on impulse and will come off as a terrible person, when they’re just confused or scared, “He ain’t mean, said Slim, “I can tell a mean
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