Examples Of Prejudice In To Kill A Mockingbird

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In which ways does prejudice affect the characters in Harper Lees’s To Kill a Mockingbird? The phenomenal author Harper Lee, who has written a unique novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” in July 11, 1960, tackles many global issues such as racism. Harper Lee demonstrates the theme of prejudice and injustice through the characters of Tom Robinson a black man, Boo Radley who has never step a foot out of his house and Atticus Finch, a father, a lawyer and a hero and Calpurnia the house maid. Lee highlights the theme of injustice through the memorable character Tom Robinson and Atticus Finch. Tom Robinson a black, kind hearted man who aims to give the best for his family. Robinson was accused of raping a white girl (Mayella) that was in her early
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