To Kill A Mockingbird By Harper Lee: An Analysis

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When interpreting the book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, readers are able to gain a more elaborate understanding of the text with the author’s life and time in mind. During Harper Lee’s time, African Americans felt alone in this world as they were battling for the rights they deserved, as well as the brutality of segregation. For example, in a video, a civil rights leader named Andrew Young explained that reading To Kill a Mockingbird gave other African Americans and him the sense that “there were others like that out there” and that “maybe justice could prevail”(Young Furthermore, in To Kill A Mockingbird when Mr.Raymond was comforting Dill after witnessing the cruelty Tom Robinson had to face everyday, he says
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