How Does the Text "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee Broaden Our Understanding of People and the World around Us?
The text, "To kill a mockingbird" broadens our understanding of people and the world around us. It does that by presenting to the reader a number of important issues which are relevant to us today. These issues include racism, prejudice, and the co-existence of good and evil.
Racism is an important issue that is still present in today's society and relevant to the community. This is also one of the most important theme presented in the book. …
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