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This essay Explains how the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" is effected by the age of the narrator and the perspective it is told in.
The novel, To Kill a Mockingbird is told in first person point of view by a girl named Scout. The age of the person narrating a story can drastically affect the narration of events that happen. Scout is a very young girl of only about six years old. She enjoys life and probably like most youngsters, takes it for granted too. When it comes to serious issues like racism or child abuse, such a young person could not understand who is being abused or why. As much as she bugs Boo Radley to come out she does not realize that Boo is being subject to child abuse.
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