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"To Kill a Mocking Bird" by Harper Lee
In conclusion, the writer set out not to write a tragedy and accuse people of being prejudice but to explain the facts and try to answer why people were and still are this way. The issues were not very hopeful as the writer was merely trying to communicate the facts of the 1930's, the writer wanted to teach people not condemn them about being prejudice.
By further analysing the tragic events of the book, it can be concluded that the time in which the novel was set was crucial to the plot, such as the Depression and post civil war circumstances. Prehaps it may be more accurate to say that To Kill a Mocking bird was a time when tragic events occurred. As a consequence of this the writer wants us, the reader, to take from a child's eyes, the fresh beginnings of new ideas and understandings behind the tragic events in the novel.
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