Provincialism in to Kill A Mockingird
The 1930s was a time when the U.S. was undergoing major changes. As well as the economic depression which was being felt so sharply; it was the years where clashes between certain ethnic groups occured. The happenings of those days have been reflected upon literature as well. Most of the authors often take racism as their theme, as their main idea. However,"Harper Lee"'s book, To Kill A Mockingbird, was different than the other books because Harper Lee created the theme of "provincialism" which added great variety to his book. The book is about a six-year-old called Scout who is reacting t…
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