Explore how the theme of prejudice is conveyed in "To Kill A Mockingbird"
To Kill A Mockingbird was written by Harper Lee, and is set in the Deep South of the thirties. Lee was herself born and raised in Alabama, so she would have had direct experience of the situation she writes of in the novel. Although it does not deal with civil rights as such - for example, the right to vote - it is greatly concerned with the humanity of those who lived in such a discriminatory society. The bigotry of some of the characters in the novel greatly resembles that of those who live in the South, where the fictional Maycomb County is located, at around the same time.
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