Stereotyping of women in the novel "To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee.
The Stereotyping of women is common in literature and it is not any different in To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. The ladies of Maycomb are excellent examples of stereotypical roles women play in a "man's world. Scout's observation of the ladies of Maycomb is ..."Ladies seemed to live in faint horror of men, seemed unwilling to approve wholeheartedly of ...[men]." " ...There was something about...[men] that I instinctively liked...they weren't---" "Hypocrites," page 234
The ladies of the missionary circle that the ladies of Maycomb belong to is a stereotypical role for women. They sit…
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