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How Atticus in To Kill A Mockingbird does not fit the stereotypes of the community.
Maycomb, a small town south of Alabama, is where this Pulitzer prize winning novel is set. In this essay, I will be looking at the characters in the novel who don't fit the stereotypes of the very stereotypical Maycomb County.
The people and family's have various classes within the very much middle class community. This hierarchy is somewhat overcomplicated, and this constantly baffles the children. The fairly well-off Finches are near the top of Maycombs social hierarchy. The ignorant and very much poor Cunningham family lye below most of the townspeople, whilst the "white trash" Ewell fa…
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