To Kill A Mockingbird - Theme of Courage
To Kill a Mockingbird is a book mainly about courage. Moreover, it contrasts and compares courage against many other themes in order to show the importance of courage. Throughout the book, Atticus, Jem, Scout, Tom and "Boo" Radley displayed courage. Courage shown by the aforementioned characters are contrasted and compared with the lack of education, fear and the prejudice of most of the Maycomb population. These comparisons exemplify the real courage of the above characters, and bring the reader to 'climb into their skin and walk around in it.'
The book is set in the late 1930s'. During t…
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