"To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee - this essay describes the different themes and symbolisms in the book.
Lee's Conveyance of the Truth.
The themes of a novel are the main ideas that the author presents. In "To Kill a Mockingbird", Harper Lee explores several themes, besides the dominant issue of racial prejudice. The author takes the reader through the childhood of Scout, the narrator, and her brother Jem, in Alabama during the 1930s. The reader analyzes the innocence of children as they grow and develop to maturity, while learning painful, important lessons in life. As they develop, Scout and Jem put their lesson to practice and discover adult prejudices and the cruelty of one man towa…
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