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The purpose of this summary is to highlight the various issues faced by the post Great Depression era and how we can all learn from their mistakes.
You will have more exposure to the various social issues they faced back then, that might still be plaguing our current society.
"Kill all the bluejays you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember, it's a sin to kill a mockingbird." - Harper Lee
The novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" shows the ugly face of social prejudice and racism in real life. Before racism became morally forbidden, many had to die through public persecution based on White bias, the rest barely managing to survive around the fringes of society.
At a time of major changes and new laws being passed, Harper Lee's courageous novel shed light on how these issues are taken in through the eyes of a child. The protagonists break free from these negativities, establish goodwill to all, and show their belief in man's innate goodness. After all, we can only live once. We must not fear to break free from boundaries that limit our potential, or that of others.
From Harper Lee's original book, To kill a mocking bird. Even how busy you are, you can still know the details without putting much time and you can still catch up with your friends talking about this New York Times Bestselling book.
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