To Kill a MockingBird
In To Kill a MockingBird by Harper Lee, the author shows that people change and more importantly, people's judgements of other people change as they learn to accept one another's differences and grow mature.
Aunt Alexandria and Scout learn from one another and learn accept one another's ideas and differences. Jem and Scout are on their way home from the Pageant, when they are attacked. Scouts clothes are torn and battered from the wire and Aunt Alexandria brings her something to change into:
"She brought me something to put on, and had I thought about it then, I would have never let her fo…
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