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Symbolism in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird
The Sin of Killing a Mockingbird
The scene structure was only one of the many enthralling parts of this novel. Each scene had its own essence and reason for existence, as should every scene in every novel. The characters were very defined and extremely deep. Harper Lee has a very discreet way of tying in the many aspects of Southern culture, without making it seem historical or pointless. But of all the scenes in the book, the ones that had the deepest effect personally were those where white people were confronting racial issues.
One of the scenes that made a large impact o…
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