Predjudice in to kill a mockingbird
Prejudice is arguably the most prominent theme of the novel. It is directed towards groups and individuals in the Maycomb community. Prejudice is linked with ideas of fear superstition and injustice.
Racial prejudice consumed the mob (pg 166), which wished to prevent Tom even gaining a court hearing, the most basic form of justice. This is probably the fiercest form of prejudice in the novel.
The abolition of slavery after the civil war gave blacks the same legal position as many whites in America. This initially made Blacks´ lives harder because now the Whites saw them as competit…
- Common human expieriences of "To kill a mockingbird"by Harper Lee
- Predjudice in to kill a mockingbird
- To kill a mocking bird by Harper Lee
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